15 to 20 minutes. The hygienist will first clean your teeth of plaque, and then your hygienist will apply Prevora quickly to your teeth using a small brush.
Some health benefit plans cover Prevora but some do not. Ask your HR or benefits advisor about including Prevora in your health benefit package – it could save your plan money.
No serious side effects related to Prevora have been reported over thousands of treatments and patients. Rarely, during Prevora's application, patients experience a short bitter taste, a coating sensation on the teeth or a tingling of the gums. These minor side effects last a few moments and are well tolerated.
Much better oral health. Far fewer cavities, less frequent bleeding when you brush your teeth.
Prevora uniquely works to reduce bacterial infections in your dental plaque which cause cavities at the gum line, and associated bleeding gums. Fluoride has little effect on these harmful bacteria.
Type 2 diabetes and poor oral health are inter-related. One condition influences the other. Diabetic adults experience twice the level of cavities and oral inflammation as non-diabetics. And poor oral health significantly increases the risks of unstable or elevated diabetes and its complications such as retinopathy and neuropathy.
For months. Hence, you and your hygienist should notice much less plaque when you return for your next hygiene visit.
Crowns commonly fail because of recurrent tooth decay. Prevora lowers the level of destructive bacteria on the teeth, which may extend the life of crowns.