Need advice about dentistry?

Need advice about dentistry?

Need advice about dentistry?

slkusractOzoneGuy

Ozone treatment will make sense for you, only if they do something to build up your enamel right away. Ozone simply stops infection, it does not (directly) cause new enamel to form.

slkusractPat

Ozone treatment should only be considered in acute infections such as staff which is resistant to normal therapy. The best resolve for tooth decay is to have the fillings done promptly and using proper oral care in the future. Brush your teeth thoroughly, use floss and interproximal brushes at least twice a day to prevent further decay. Have your teeth cleaned by a dentist or hygienist every 6 months and you will still have a beautiful smile when you are way beyond 30.

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