Cavity Protection?

Most dental cavities can be prevented with a combination of good oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist. The following are the main ways we provide you with protection against dental cavities:

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Fluoride Treatment

Fluoride is an important, naturally-occurring chemical needed to remineralize enamel that has become soft from acids being released by bacteria or from consumption of acidic foods. It is found in most mainstream toothpastes and in some brands of mouth wash (make sure to check the label on the back). There are people who are worried that fluoride is harmful to the body. However, unless the fluoride is swallowed in large amounts, studies show that fluoride is very safe and should not be cause for concern. Make sure to incorporate fluoride in your everyday oral hygiene routine and also get your professional fluoride treatment from us every 6 months during your cleaning appointment.

Sealants

Preferred Dental Care the sealant, you are blocking bacteria from settling into those hard-to-clean grooves, effectively preventing a cavity from starting from there. Sealants are very quick and easy to place and does not require any anesthetic. We recommend replacing sealants regularly to avoid leaking that can occur over time.