What is Curodont?
Curodont is a dental treatment that strengthens and protects teeth from decay. It is a non-invasive procedure that involves the application of a liquid mineral called hydroxyapatite to the teeth. This mineral is a natural component of teeth and bones, and it helps to repair and strengthen tooth enamel.
Why would Curodont be needed?
Curodont can be beneficial for individuals who are at a higher risk of developing tooth decay, such as those with poor oral hygiene, a high sugar diet, or a history of cavities. It can also be used as a preventative measure to protect teeth from decay and reduce the need for more invasive treatments, such as fillings or root canals.
Who would be a candidate for Curodont?
Curodont is suitable for individuals of all ages who want to improve the health and strength of their teeth. It can be particularly beneficial for those with weak or damaged enamel, or for individuals who are prone to cavities. Our dentist can assess your oral health and determine if Curodont is right for you.
What happens during the Curodont procedure?
The Curodont procedure is quick and non-invasive. Our dentist will clean and dry your teeth, and then apply the hydroxyapatite liquid to the surface of your teeth. The liquid will bond with the enamel and form a protective barrier that helps to prevent decay. The procedure is painless and does not require any anesthesia or drilling. You will be able to eat and drink immediately after the procedure, and there are no restrictions on your activity level.
If you are interested in finding out more about Curodont, contact us to schedule your consultation.