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Fluoride Treatments

Concentrated fluoride applied with brush or applicator. Gel adheres to enamel, offering higher fluoride concentration. Aims to strengthen enamel, prevent decay, and reduce sensitivity.

Dental Work

Treatment Process

  • Assessment: Evaluate oral health, cavity presence, and decay risk.

  • Cleaning: Remove plaque and debris before varnish application.

  • Isolation: Ensure dryness using cotton rolls or dental dam.

  • Application: Apply varnish with brush for sustained fluoride release.

  • Drying and Setting: Quick drying; avoid eating or drinking temporarily.

  • Post-Treatment Instructions: Provide guidelines for eating, drinking, and oral hygiene.

  • Follow-Up: Periodic treatments (2-4 times a year) based on individual needs.


  • Enamel Strength: Remineralizes and strengthens teeth.

  • Decay Prevention: Forms protective barrier against cavities.

  • Sensitivity Reduction: Effective for enamel-related sensitivity.

  • Safe and Quick: Safe, quick, and convenient procedure.

  • All-Ages Suitability: Appropriate for all age groups.

  • Cost-Effective: Cost-effective preventive measure.

  • Overall Value: Valuable for targeted fluoride application supporting oral health.

Dentist Appointment

Getting a fluoride treatment during a dental cleaning strengthens your teeth, fights cavities, and keeps your smile shining. It's like giving your teeth an extra armor against decay, especially in hard-to-reach spots, and helps save money in the long run by avoiding costly dental repairs.

Contact us today to set up your appointment!

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