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BRAND LISTING - PreviDent Brush-On Gel (Sodium Fluoride)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
1.1% Mild Mint
1.1% Spear Mint


PreviDent Brush-On Gel Description

Your daily morning and night time routine should include brushing your teeth to reduce the risk of cavities and poor gum health. What you are brushing your teeth with is just as important. Fluoride is usually one of the main ingredients of toothpaste or mouthwash, but did you know that it is also found naturally in many of your water sources and food plus the food products that have been fortified with fluoride. Many countries have been adding fluoride to their public water sources with claims of reduced annual dental costs because children and adults have healthier teeth as a result.

Added Protection for Healthy Teeth

Using prescription strength PreviDent Brush-On Gel after your regular brushing can significantly replace the important minerals from your teeth lost through demineralization. The active ingredient is Sodium Fluoride and it can be brushed on or applied with the use of a mouthpiece tray and waiting at least one minute before rinsing. PreviDent Brush-On Gel is safe to use even if your water supply is fluoridated. Preventing cavities and making your teeth more resistant to bacteria while you are younger is the best way to have a healthy mouth when you are older.

Conditions Treated by PreviDent Brush-On Gel

Our mouths are home to a number of different bacteria and proper oral hygiene will keep them from causing problems. But if you are not fastidious about brushing, flossing, or using a mouthwash to reduce the build-up of plaque, you may find yourself needing dentures at a young age. Plaque is the cruddy build-up of bacteria, saliva, and food particles found between your teeth, in the grooves of back teeth, and along your gum line.

Without proper oral hygiene, the bacteria in your mouth turn the starch from your diet into acids which can start to dissolve minerals in the hard enamel covering the crown of your tooth. As enamel becomes damaged by erosion, pits in your tooth or teeth develop and may eventually become a cavity if you do not receive dental care. Sensitivity, swelling, or pain in a tooth is an indicator that something needs attention.

Before PreviDent Brush-On Gel is Prescribed

Ask your dentist or doctor if PreviDent Brush-On Gel is safe to use while you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breast feeding. To determine if PreviDent Brush-On Gel is the right treatment for you, tell your doctor about other medical conditions or allergies you have and list any OTC or Rx drugs you currently take or use, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements.

PreviDent Brush-On Gel Precautions

You should not allow children under the of six years to use PreviDent Brush-On Gel as there is a risk that young ones will swallow instead of spitting out this product. Consuming fluoride during the time of tooth development can cause changes in the appearance of their tooth enamel. This is referred to as dental fluorosis, a harmless occurrence that will not happen once the teeth have broken through the gums. Do not keep PreviDent Brush-On Gel among the family toothpaste products to prevent children from using it.

Possible Side Effects of PreviDent Brush-On Gel

  • Sore tongue
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Burning sensation in mouth

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