Extra Protection With Fluoride and Sealants

Dentist making fluoridation of child boy teeth after cleaning for protection. Doctor hygienist applying fluoride to teen teeth with brush. Covering teeth with fluoride gel in dentistry. Cure concept.Taking care of your smile means much more than just brushing your teeth at least once a day. In fact, there are so many factors that negatively influence your smile every day, and unfortunately, there are significantly fewer natural defenses on your side. As such, there are plenty of instances that individuals face in which their oral health could benefit from a little boost of help, and our team can help you learn more about these resources. In today’s blog, your Conroe, TX dentist discusses the additional benefits of dental sealants and fluoride treatment, as well as how you and your family could benefit.

An Added Boost of Strength

It goes without saying that your smile is constantly fending off a host of threats and concerns every single day. These can range from oral bacteria to germs, major infections, and even diseases. Further, the longer you wait to seek treatment, the worse the situation will become. This is why our team encourages you to practice a thorough at-home preventive dental routine and attend your routinely-scheduled checkup and cleaning appointments.

When you attend your visit, our team can provide insight into the best course of action for your smile, including what your extra treatment options may be. For example, we offer dental fluoride and sealant treatment for children and adults in order to provide the extra strength needed to fend off various recurrent threats. Both of these procedures only take one visit to complete, and we encourage you to ask our team about your options the next time you visit! For more information about how to get started, give us a call today.

Fending Off Bacteria

Both dental sealants and fluoride treatment aim to provide an additional layer of protection against oral bacteria and germs. With fluoride treatment, your dentist will apply a gel-like material to the surfaces of your teeth. The difference between this treatment and sealants is that sealants involve painting a thin layer of dental acrylic across the tops of your back molars. This treatment is often used to protect younger smiles, and helps fill in the tiny crevices that oral bacteria can lurk and wreak havoc. Contact our team today to learn if you qualify.

Keep Your Smile Healthy

Our biggest goal as your dentist is to provide you with the resources and treatment necessary to maintain a lifelong bill of oral health. Indeed, your smile is one of your greatest assets, and we want to do what we can to help your keep your grin safe and healthy.

Learn More Today

To learn more about the benefits of additional dental treatment for stronger smiles, contact The Dental Centre of Conroe in Conroe, TX by calling 936-441-4600 and book your next visit with our team today.