Fluoride Treatment

Children’s teeth are often more susceptible to decay and damage than an adult’s teeth. To give your child an added layer of protection, Dr. Jacob Miller may recommend a fluoride treatment. Fluoride helps protect your enamel and fight against plaque and bacteria that cause cavities. If your teeth are softer than normal, our dentist may also recommend that you also receive a fluoride treatment in Grand Rapids, Michigan. We invite you to contact our office at 616-364-7039 to schedule a visit with our dentist and see if you could benefit from professional fluoride treatments.

Fluoride is a mineral that is naturally found in water and many foods. While you receive a certain amount of fluoride from your diet and from using toothpaste with fluoride, we may recommend fluoride treatment to further strengthen your teeth and prevent cavities.

Fluoride helps to strengthen your teeth and protect them from tooth decay. As you eat and drink throughout the day, bacteria, sugars, and acids constantly attack and demineralize the enamel layer of your teeth. Fluoride works to remineralize the tooth enamel, preventing tooth decay and cavities. In addition, fluoride can strengthen the teeth as they develop to make sure they are strong and healthy, making fluoride very important for children as their teeth grow in.

Our dentist often recommends professional fluoride treatment during your regular dental checkup, and we may suggest further fluoride treatment if your teeth are prone to decay or if you are not receiving a sufficient amount of fluoride from other sources. Professional fluoride is available in the form of a gel, varnish, or foam. Fluoride treatment is just one of the ways our dentist helps you keep your smile healthy for a lifetime. For more information about preventive dentistry and the benefits of fluoride, we welcome you to contact us today. We are eager to care for your smile!

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