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Ozone/Reverse osmosis cleanings (No Fluoride)

When used in combination, ozone water and reverse osmosis water can provide a thorough and effective cleaning process that is both safe and environmentally friendly. Ozone water is created by bubbling ozone gas through water, producing a solution that is highly effective at killing bacteria and viruses. Reverse osmosis water, on the other hand, is produced by forcing water through a semi-permeable membrane that removes impurities and contaminants.
Ozone Therapy
Professional Teeth Cleaning
Dental cleaning with ozone water and reverse osmosis water can be used for a variety of purposes, including cleaning and disinfecting dental equipment, surfaces, and even dental instruments. The process can help to remove stubborn stains, eliminate unpleasant odors, and provide a deep and thorough clean that is difficult to achieve with traditional cleaning methods.

If you are interested in learning more about this cleaning process, or if you have any questions about dental cleaning , dont hesitate to reach out to our team.

No Fluoride Cleaning

We do not provide fluoride cleanings or composite restorations that contain fluoride at our office because we are concerned about the potential risks associated with fluoride exposure, including dental fluorosis, skeletal fluorosis, and possible adverse effects on thyroid function and cognitive development. Moreover, some patients may have individual sensitivities or allergies to fluoride, which may make its use problematic.

Dangers of Fluoride

Dental fluorosis

Excessive fluoride exposure during tooth development can cause dental fluorosis, a condition that results in white or brownish discoloration and pitting of the teeth.

Skeletal fluorosis

Long-term exposure to high levels of fluoride can cause skeletal fluorosis, a condition that can lead to bone and joint pain, stiffness, and limited joint movement.

Thyroid dysfunction

Some studies suggest that fluoride can interfere with thyroid function and disrupt the production of hormones.

Neurological effects

There is some evidence to suggest that fluoride exposure can have negative effects on cognitive function and behavior in children.

Acute toxicity

Ingestion of large amounts of fluoride can cause acute toxicity, which can lead to nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and even death.

Fluoride Exposure and Human Health Risks

Since the 1940s, an array of products containing fluoride have been introduced to the average consumer. These sources of fluoride can contribute to human health risks.

Some products that may contain added fluoride and contribute to human health risks include the following:

Examples of Human Health Risks Associated with Fluoride

The potential health risks generated from exposure to these sources of fluoride are often overlooked. Additionally, age, gender, genetic factors, nutritional status, weight, and other factors are known to influence each person’s unique reaction to fluoride.

For example, children’s exposure to fluoride is extremely important to consider, and this issue was made evident in recent news about a study linking fluoride exposure in utero with lower IQs. As another example, fluoride was recently identified as one of 12 industrial chemicals known to cause developmental neurotoxicity in humans.

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