Enamel on my front teeth is pretty worn off so I decided to try using fluoride gel to maybe harden it a little. Is it even helpful? Can I put that gel right on the parts where enamel is really thin? What else I can do besides that, if it even usefull? I already try to almost not brush those teeth at all.

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 17 - October - 2013, at 09:30 AM

  • Fluoride gel helps in hardening the teeth but you have to visit the dentist because normal use of dentrifices, they contain enough fluoride. So fluoride gel should not be used without dentist advice. As far as your brushing is concerned you can use soft tooth brush to brush but donot stop brushing your teeth. If you donot maintain good oral hygiene then you can land up having decayed teeth or gum problems. For more info on fluoride you can visit your dentist. for more info you can read this link... http://www.identalhub.com/dental-frequently-asked-questions-about-fluoride-953.aspx

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