Fluoride Treatment

Strengthen tooth enamel and prevent a range of issues with one our most effective treatments

Fluoride varnish can be applied to both baby teeth and adult teeth by a dentist. The process involves painting a varnish containing high levels of fluoride in order to restore minerals, clean and prevent cavities forming.

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At a Glance


From £20

per tooth


Only 20 minutes

Our experienced team only needs 20-30 minutes to carry out this procedure


No Injection Needed

Sessions include no pain whatsoever


6 months

Results vary but most adults results will last 6 months


3 Months

We recommend children visit 4 times a year, however based on consultation



Feel like your teeth are invincible!..

Fluoride reacts with the outer enamel layer covering the tooth. Through this reaction it is incorporated into the enamel structure, thus doing, it strengthens the enamel. The tooth is therefore less susceptible to acid and bacterial attack.

Fluoride is a natural mineral that restores lost minerals to tooth enamel and prevents harmful bacteria from accumulating in the mouth. The substances applied to the teeth during fluoride applications contain much more fluoride than the toothpaste.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need fluoride treatment?

    Fluoride varnish is a preventative measure which can help many patients, although some may benefit more than others, including:

    – Children who experience unusually high levels of tooth decay.
    – Adults who experience unusually high levels of tooth decay.
    – Adults who suffer from dry mouth

  • What should I expect during fluoride varnish treatment?

    Your dentist will apply the fluoride varnish with a small brush. The varnish will feel sticky to start with, but it will quickly set as a hard layer. The treatment may give the teeth a dull, yellowish look at first, but this will go away once the varnish has been in place for the required amount of time and you can brush your teeth again.

  • Is fluoride varnish safe for my children and me?

    The treatment is completely safe and is a common practice used around the world. A small amount of the solution sticks to the teeth, and it is harmless when swallowed. Although fluoride is known to be toxic in large amounts, this does not apply to fluoride varnish treatment applied by a qualified dentist in a controlled environment.

  • How will I feel after the treatment?

    You may feel the texture of the varnish on your teeth, but this is entirely normal. You can eat and drink after the treatment, but it is best to avoid hot foods. Your dentist will advise you as to when you can brush the varnish away, which is typically several hours after the treatment or, in some cases, the next morning.

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