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Fluoride treatment

The aim of fluoride treatments for children is to protect the newly erupted back teeth (molars) from decay. At this age, dental hygiene is still not necessarily good and thorough, so this is a way to protect the surface of the teeth.

Fluoride treatment

We have available in our dental center toothpastes and remineralizing materials developed for at-home use, the proper use of which our dentists will explain.  We also have high fluoride content gels, pastes, and polishes that can be used for a beneficial protective effect on teeth during in-office treatment.

The pastes not only supplement lost minerals in the teeth, they also improve the protective properties of the saliva with immediate effect, and eliminate tooth sensitivity. They have a mineralizing effect, so they are recommended for use before and after teeth whitening and tartar removal, and for prevention, as well as when wearing an orthodontic appliance or after having it removed. Polishes are for reducing sensitivity in the tooth neck area and the edges of crowns, and are also recommended for reducing sensitivity after professional tooth cleaning and tartar removal.  They can also help with sensitivity following any tooth enamel injury (break, chipped tooth).

Off balance

The balance of your posture can be linked to wide range of issues, including headaches, toothache, various chewing and swallowing disorders, neck and shoulder pain, backache, dizziness, tinnitus, eye disorders, ringing in the ears and morning fatigue. An imbalance in your posture can also cause trouble for your teeth, potentially causing surface abrasion, increased sensitivity, loose teeth, and even tooth loss.

Restoring balance isn't only vital in order to eliminate problematic symptoms. Responsible dental treatment should also only performed with a patient whose body is in balance. This is because what happens in the mouth can impact other parts of the body, in the same way that old injuries or giving birth can affect your temporomandibular joint and your teeth.

Which is why at the RMC Dental Center, we work closely with our chiropractors and speech and language therapists to complete our treatment.

Any questions before booking an appointment?

If you are unsure which doctor to see or what examination you require, we are here to help!

Simply request a free callback from one of our colleagues, who will help you find the right specialist based on your specific issue.

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