Teeth

Get Stronger Teeth By Doing This

About The Strengthener For Teeth

Candy, ice, citrus, coffee and sticky foods are the stuff of nightmares for teeth. Chomping down on these types of foods will certainly increase the chance for more damage to be done and possibly cause your bright smile to diminish. Of course, brushing and flossing are always recommended as the fluoride in the toothpaste will help to fight off nasty cavity causing bacterias, but there is something even more protective that you can do. This “miracle” treatment will require a trip to the dentist, but isn’t your smile worth it?

So what is this “miracle” treatment we speak of? Fluoride varnishes, of course! When you visit the dentist you can request the fluoride varnish protection to be used so as to prevent tooth decay. Here’s how it works.

The fluoride varnish gel is typically a pale yellow color that is softly brushed on. It sets on the teeth quickly and starts working right away. The fluoride is important, because it enters the tooth enamel and makes the tooth hard. It prevents any new cavities form forming while also stopping current decay from getting any worse. If tooth decay is at the beginning stages, the fluoride is powerful enough to actually go in and repair the tooth.

Don’t you hate when you get some dental work done and almost immediately you get hungry or thirsty, but you’re too afraid to eat or drink anything? Well, the fabulous part about most fluoride varnish treatments is that you don’t have to wait to eat, but foods should be softer for the first day.

It’s important to note that some brands of fluoride varnish may cause some teeth to look even more dull than before the application, but this is only temporary. In these cases, after a full day of wearing the varnish (without brushing or flossing it away) you’ll be able to wake up, brush your teeth and reveal a brighter, shiny smile.

Are you ready to strengthen your teeth with fluoride varnish?

At the writing of this post, adult prices are currently set at $25! If you have any questions or would like to visit our Edmond dentist, make an appointment by calling us at 405-340-0411 or click here.