There has been a lot of misconception about cavities. Some people believe that once you have tooth decay, the cavities can no longer be reversed which is why they prefer to drill and fill it with a restorative material. But what they don’t know is early and minor cavities can be reversed with the naturally occurring substance called fluoride.
Children’s teeth are vulnerable to decay which is why it is essential to get an added protection to prevent tooth decay and reverse early signs of cavities with the use of fluoride.Fluoride is a naturally occurring substance found in water, soil and foods. It reduces the risk of developing tooth decay to prevent cavities. There are many ways to obtain fluoride such as drinking fluoridated water, using fluoridated toothpaste and mouthwash and taking foods and supplements with fluoride. However, there are instances that children can’t get enough fluoride with just consuming, fluoridated water, toothpaste, foods, and supplements. Here at Tribeca North Dentistry, we provide Fluoride Application Service to make sure that your child can get enough fluoride to fix minor cavities and restore the original teeth structure and function.
Professional Fluoride application is a quick and painless treatment done by a licensed dentist that involves the application of fluoride gel or varnish on the tooth surface, to remineralize the teeth and provide additional protection and fix early signs of decay and cavities. Fluoride varnish or gel is a yellowish substance that sets off quickly once applied to the teeth using a small brush. Fluoride application is recommended to be done at least two to four times a year depending on the child’s dental health. Professional fluoride application is essential to make sure that your child gets the correct amount of fluoride to avoid dental complications.
Your child deserve outstanding dental care services. Book your appointment with us at Tribeca North Dentistry and let us help them achieve healthier teeth for better overall dental health with Fluoride Application under Pediatric Dentistry in New York!