Fluoride has been proven time and again to help strengthen teeth and prevent cavities. Fluoride is a naturally-occurring substance that is added to many community water supplies for that very reason. The more exposure your teeth have to fluoride, the better off they are. That’s why you’ll see fluoride added to toothpaste and mouth rinses as well.
Your dentist also offers dental fluoride treatments. This is a very intense formulation of fluoride that is made for professional use only. You can ask your dentist at any visit if you can have a fluoride treatment for your teeth. The treatment only takes a few extra minutes, but you’ll get a lot of protection from just one treatment. It’s completely pain-free, so you don’t have to worry about any discomfort. It’s also non-invasive, and many dental patients are surprised when it’s over so quickly. People of any age can have a dentist office fluoride treatment. Be sure to ask your dentist during the time of your visit.
Dental sealants are a relatively new dental treatment that helps protect teeth from decay. It’s an entirely pain-free, non-invasive treatment that can be performed during one visit to your dentist’s office. A dental sealant is a preventative service that is highly encouraged by your dentist. After all, with this simple treatment, your beautiful smile can be preserved for many years or even a lifetime!
It’s important to know that dental sealants are not an invincible armor against tooth decay. Good oral hygiene is still necessary to keep your teeth looking their best. That oral hygiene must also include regular dental visits. However, dental sealants do provide an extra layer of protection that people of all ages can benefit.
Children can benefit most from dental sealants. Before pitting and fissures have a chance to develop, as they do in older teeth, treatment of dental sealants can help prevent that type of decay from ever happening!
6300 KINGERY HWY #216
WILLOWBROOK, IL 60527
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