How many People Only Drink Bottled Water in your Home?

Fluoride is a MINERAL which naturally occurs in food and drinks that we all ingest every day; fluoride also happens to be an important mineral protecting o…

Fluoride is a MINERAL which naturally occurs in food and drinks that we all ingest every day; fluoride also happens to be an important mineral protecting our teeth from further tooth decay!

But what about those members of your family, who only drink bottled water every day (bottled water has the minerals filtered out of the water), and so they never ingest plain old city Los Angeles California’s tap water?  How do they protect their teeth with fluoride?

The simple answer is; they don’t get nearly enough protection from the fluoride to keep the enamel coating on their teeth strong.

Everyday minerals enter our mouths through the types of food or drinks we ingest.  Fluoride is a mineral that helps to coat the enamel shell on the tooth’s outer surface, protecting your teeth from acid and sugar which eats the fluoride and other minerals from the enamel, instead of the enamel shell itself.

This process is called de-mineralization, and we re-mineralize our teeth when we drink tap water, which is the best source of fluoride ingestion.

So, for those of us who love to drink our bottled water; fluoride treatments are the best protective measure we can use to keep our teeth enamel strong and better prevent tooth decay issues.

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The more fluoride we ingest or have added to our teeth, the better our teeth will become resistant to acids from sugars and plaque bacteria.

The best measure of providing “Great Dental Health Habits” is to include Fluoride Treatments, if you are a bottled water partaker.

Be sure to contact a qualified, licensed Dentist to perform this procedure, as the process takes exact steps and procedures to not over or under mineralize your teeth with fluoride protection.

Most dental insurance plans, such as CIGNA’s HMO and PPO dental plan, all approve fluoride treatments for Los Angeles, California Dentists; so call your Dentist and find out if you should schedule a fluoride treatment today.