How Fluoride Keeps Teeth Strong
By making teeth more resistant to the acids found in plaque, fluoride can protect you from cavities and reverse early decay.
Provides More Concentrated Treatment
Though fluoride is often found in toothpastes and mouth rinses, it is delivered at a higher concentration in professional gels, solutions, and varnishes.
Protects Adults and Children Alike
While most often recommended for children, fluoride can benefit adults who are more vulnerable to cavities, including those with gum disease, dry mouth conditions, or restorations.
What can you expect during treatment?
If You or Your Child are Prone to Cavities, You Have the Power to Fight Them
But is fluoride treatment the best option for me and my child?
Why Pay for Preventive Care When I Can Treat a Cavity?
While a crown can take up to two weeks to fabricate and place, varnish takes only a few minutes to apply.
Fluoride strengthens teeth to protect them from erosion...
Is fluoride always applied the same way?
Choose Your Method of Delivery
Fluoride treatment comes in many forms. If you would prefer to avoid trays and gel, your dentist can use varnish. This is gently painted on the front, back, and top of teeth and will harden in seconds. The entire procedure takes no more than two minutes. Simply leave the varnish on for six hours (you can return to normal activities immediately), and remove it with a toothbrush later in the day.
Fluoride treatment is a quick and easy way to protect the health and longevity of your or your child's smile. At such a low cost, it is a no-brainer! Talk to your dentist today to learn more.
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