Fluoridation of teeth with concentrated toothpastes is a simple procedure of coating teeth with gels containing high concentrations of fluoride and strontium in order to prevent caries.
It is very effective in the initial conditions of caries in the form of white spots with a matte surface and a texture like an egg shell.
When more teeth are affected and when the child is not ready to keep his mouth open for a long time, we use special soft spoons in which we put gel and place it on the child’s teeth. It can also bite-assemble the jaws and thus keep the spoon for a while until the gel does its job.
Sometimes we can slow down the circular caries in the initial stage by impregnating the entire surface of the damaged tooth, either with a gel or a varnish that contains high concentrations. fluorine.