Oral Health

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Posted by: Kay | 2010-04-30

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Tooth mousse

The " mousse"  refered to before is:
"  GC Tooth Mousse"  with " Redaldent" , CPP-ACP technology developed by School of Dental Science, University of Melbourne, Australia"  - this appears on the box.

My son''s orthodontist recommended it but was out of stock so we got it from our dentist. It is also used for remineralising teeth (whatever this means!) after whitening.

Whereas it seems the white calcification patches are permanent, is there anything I can I do to ensure that it doesn''t get worse or develop in my other children?

Expert's Reply

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Oral health expert

The mousse you refer to is used mainly for sensitive teeth. This will not work for the white patches.
Besides following a healthy balanced diet and regular dental visits there's not much that can be done about these marks

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Posted by: dental expert | 2010-04-30

The mousse you refer to is used mainly for sensitive teeth. This will not work for the white patches.
Besides following a healthy balanced diet and regular dental visits there's not much that can be done about these marks

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