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What Do Fluoride Treatments Involve?

Posted on 5/23/2022 by Evan Admin
Fluoride treatments are a simple, quick, and effective way to help prevent cavities and tooth decay. Fluoride is a type of mineral which occurs naturally in water, and it helps strengthen tooth enamel and prevent the formation of plaque. Fluoride treatments can be performed in a dentist's office or at home using fluoride toothpaste, mouthwash, and gels. These treatments are safe for both adults and children, and they can be done every six months as part of your regular dental care routine. Benefits of Fluoride Treatments A fluoride-based dental treatment is an effective way to help prevent cavities, and it can also help reverse early signs of tooth decay. It can also help make teeth more resistant to acid attacks from plaque bacteria and sugars in the mouth. The treatment is vital for remineralization, which is how minerals are replenished in the teeth. It helps speed up the remineralization process and provides lasting protection against cavities. In addition, fluoride treatments can help to reduce sensitivity and pain in teeth. What Is the Process of Fluoride Treatments? Fluoride treatments are a simple, quick way to help protect your teeth from cavities. The entire process takes a few minutes. First, your dentist will clean your teeth and remove any plaque or tartar. Next, they will apply fluoride varnish to your teeth. The varnish will help harden the enamel and make it more resistant to cavities. Finally, the dentist will give you a fluoride rinse to help wash away any residue. Fluoride treatments are typically recommended once every six months. However, your dentist may recommend more frequent visits if you have a history of tooth decay or if you are at an increased risk for cavities. At our dental clinic, we offer fluoride treatments for all age groups to help prevent cavities and tooth decay. Scheduler a consultation today to know more....
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