Research has shown that fluoride works to reduce cavities in both children and adults, repair the early stages of tooth decay, and helps prevent future cavities from forming. It is not only preventative, but it can reverse some damage already in place and maybe even prevent a filling. Fluoride is absorbed into your enamel, the tooth’s outer layer, where it replenishes lost calcium and phosphorus, which keep your teeth hard and strong. Your teeth go through demineralization (losing calcium and other important minerals) and remineralization (regaining those lost minerals) all the time. Fluoride helps the important remineralization process.
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