topical application remineralising cariostatic agentsTooth reminerilisation occurs as part of a natural sourcing of calcium and phosphate ions. This process is essential in the fight against cavity causing lesions and in the ensuring that diseases within the oral cavity are prevented from progressing – both contributing to creating strong and functional teeth.

Tooth demineralisation, on the other hand, is a process in which chemicals remove important minerals from the hard tissues of teeth – such as the dentine and cementum. The process begins at the inside of the hard tooth tissue and may lead to cavities unless sufficient remineralisation takes place.

Our Treatments for Reminerilastion and Cariosotic Agents

Saliva is a reminerilisation agent occurring naturally within your body. It is rich in the calcium and phosphate ions that help to reverse the effect of deminerlisation. Unfortunately, saliva can also act as a deminerilisation agent. This is where we step in. If your saliva’s ability to counteract the natural deminerilisation process has been compromised we offer the following treatment to make cariosotic agents available to you:

Do Remineralising Toothpastes Work?

Yes, remineralizing toothpastes work by strengthening tooth enamel and aiding in the repair of early stages of tooth decay. They contain ingredients like fluoride, calcium, phosphate, and nano-hydroxyapatite, which help replenish lost minerals in the enamel, making teeth more resistant to decay and sensitivity. Regular use can significantly improve enamel health and reduce the risk of cavities.

What is the Application of a Cariostatic Agent in Dentistry?

Cariostatic agents are used in dentistry to prevent or slow the progression of dental caries (cavities). These agents, such as fluoride and chlorhexidine, work by inhibiting the growth of cariogenic bacteria, enhancing remineralization of the enamel, and reducing demineralization. They are commonly applied through fluoride varnishes, gels, mouth rinses, and dental sealants to provide long-term protection against tooth decay.

Why Use Our Reminerilastion and Cariosotic Agent Treatment?

If deminerilisation outstrips the reminerilisation process over a long period of time, you open yourself up to a whole range of serious dental problems, including: dental cavities, tooth decay, gum disease and tooth loss. Our reminerilsation and cariosotic agent treatments are all designed to restore the natural balance of your reminerilsation/deminerlisation process and ensure you get to enjoy a healthy set of teeth for as long as possible.

Care Dental Camberwell: Remineralization Treatment

Discover the benefits of topical application of remineralising and cariostatic agents at Care Dental Camberwell! Located at 257 Camberwell Rd, Camberwell VIC 3124, our expert team of dentists is dedicated to enhancing your dental health. Book your appointment today!