There is scientific basis why only toothpaste that contains fluoride can bear the ADA Seal of Acceptance. For half a century, we have known fluoride as the primary preventive agent against cavities. This is why Dr. Ala Dean Attar trust the mark’s vote of confidence for fluoride toothpaste.

Why You Need Fluoride

You can find various forms of toothpaste at your store. In addition to fluoride, toothpaste bearing the ADA seal of acceptance may contain active ingredients that may target sensitive teeth, bad breath or teeth whitening, though those are not always necessary.

Fluoride in toothpaste helps in restoring your top layer of tooth structure, or enamel. In addition to that, fluoride prevents the destruction of the enamel by the by-products of the bacteria in your mouth that can cause tooth decay. Fluoride acts by preventing mineral loss in your teeth and replacing minerals your teeth lose over time through something called remineralization, maintaining the integrity of your tooth.

Who Needs Fluoride?

Dr. Attar recommends the use of fluoride toothpaste twice daily. Infants and children under the age of three years are more likely to accidentally swallow toothpaste when brushing teeth, so you may want to use a child-friendly toothpaste until they are older. It’s prudent to consult your Libertyville, IL dental team if you may have a special case like a rare fluoride allergy, or just any concerns or questions about fluoride toothpaste. Our team is here for you!

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