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There are a number of resources available for people who want to learn more about the benefits and potential side effects of fluoride treatments. The Centers for Disease Control provides an in-depth article on their website that discusses the history and importance of fluoridation as well as some common misconceptions surrounding its use, such as whether or not it is safe during pregnancy.

Preventing tooth decay and bad breath

Fluoride treatments are one of the most cost-effective ways to do so, and it’s also easy for people with chronic medical conditions or other health issues that make it difficult to brush their teeth in a traditional way.

For many people, dental health is a major concern. One of the first concerns people have is whether or not they are getting enough fluoride treatments to protect their teeth from tooth decay and bad breath. Fluoride treatments can be administered in several different ways, but the most common way is through drinking water that has been fluoridated with natural fluoride compounds or by using a fluoride mouthwash as part of your daily oral care routine.

Cavities are caused by bacteria in your mouth eating sugar and producing acid. This acid dissolves the hard enamel on teeth which leads to a hole or cavity. To prevent this from happening, there are many things you can do including brushing twice a day and flossing once a day with fluoride toothpaste. You should also limit how much time your child spends sucking on their pacifier or bottle as these activities decrease saliva production which helps protect against decay. In addition, make sure they drink plenty of water each day so that their mouth stays moist.

Learn more about the benefits and potential side effects of fluoride treatments New Patients: (248) 654-8848 | Existing Patients: (248) 646-6363
Dr. Vincent Buscemi
Dr. Vincent Buscemi obtained his dental degree from the prestigious University of Michigan School of Dentistry in 2014. He received more extensive training in biomimetic dentistry when he attended the Alleman Center for Biomimetic Dentistry. Dr. Buscemi serves as a member of the Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology. He established Buscemi Family Dentistry to provide the benefits of biomimetic dentistry, including enhanced long-term oral and whole-body health, to families in and around Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. This superior alternative to dental treatment addresses patients’ whole health needs while also restoring smiles.