Enamel-sealing liquid (Deep Fluoride®) provides deep fluorination and mineral sealing of enamel pores. By deep fluorination is meant the formation of submicroscopic CaF2 crystals in the depth (inside) of the pores of the loosened enamel zone.
Indications for use:
prevention and treatment of enamel caries, also when using bracket systems (orthodontic structures)
mineral fissure sealing, maximally preserving tooth tissue
prevention of non-carious enamel lesions
treatment of initial caries in the spot stage
long-term remineralization also in hard-to-reach places, white spots disappear
desensitization of the neck of the tooth
hypersensitivity treatment and after bleaching
Features and Benefits:
Preparation No. 1: 5 ml of liquid for the first treatment
Preparation No. 2: 5 ml of liquid for the second treatment
The composition of the preparation No. 1: anhydrous magnesium fluoride silicate, anhydrous copper fluoride silicate - ||, sodium fluoride (as a stabilizer), distilled water.
The composition of the preparation No. 2: calcium hydroxide finely dispersed, methyl cellulose, distilled water.
Plaque is removed with a toothbrush and the teeth are relatively dried with warm air, then deep fluorination of the enamel or solid substance of the neck of the tooth can be carried out.
Then the tooth is abundantly moistened with a cotton swab soaked in drug No. 1. Do not rinse your mouth! Then thoroughly moistened with drug No. 2 (shake thoroughly beforehand). Only then can the patient rinse his mouth. After the procedure, there is no need to drain the surface of the teeth. The patient can immediately eat. In the subsequent procedure, it is recommended to carry out 1-2 times a year.
Deep fluoride® in combination with highly dispersed calcium hydroxide, applied successively one after the other to the solid substance of the tooth, provide deep fluorination of the enamel or solid substance of the tooth neck.
By deep fluorination, in contrast to conventional fluorination, we understand the formation of submicroscopic CaF2 crystals in the depth (inside) of the pores of the loosened enamel zone. They arise along with magnesium fluoride and silicic acid gel after wetting the enamel with preparation No. 1 and subsequent wetting with preparation No. 2 — calcium hydroxide. After that, you can rinse your mouth with water. Unlike fairly large CaF2 crystals, which are formed on the surface of an enamel during the usual processing of solid substances with simple fluorides, for example, sodium fluoride, submicroscopic crystals that appear when a tooth is treated with enamel-sealing liquid are located deep in the pores of the loosened enamel. Packed in a gel and thus protected from mechanical influences, they constantly emit fluorine, which, together with the mineral salts of saliva, provides long-term remineralization, enhancing it by almost 100 times.
The long-term remineralizing effect of the drug is significantly higher than that of other known prophylactic drugs.
Immediately after the procedure, the patient can eat food. The procedure is carried out 1-2 times a year.
The method is very reliable, the application is simple.