Question: Should I brush my teeth after fluoride treatment?

The treatment period for fluoride is four to six hours. After treatment: Do not brush or floss for at least six hours. Eat only soft foods for at least two hours.

What can you not do after a fluoride treatment?

Do not brush or floss your teeth, and eat only soft food for at least 4 hours after the treatment. Do not consume hot drinks or alcohol (including mouth rinses) for at least 4 hours after treatment. 3M Fast Release Varnish coating can be removed by brushing and flossing.

Can I brush my teeth 30 minutes after fluoride?

30 minutes is a reasonable amount of time to give the fluoride a chance to work. You will be asked to avoid hot or cold liquids or foods, or to not brush your teeth for up to six hours to get the maximum benefit.

What do you do after fluoride?

When can you Eat and What after a Fluoride Treatment You will be asked to do your best to not rinse, eat or drink anything for only 30 minutes. This is all the time the fluoride needs to absorb and repair. After that you might want to avoid hot or cold liquids or foods and then not to brush or floss for six hours.

Can I drink water after fluoride treatment?

The professional treatments from dentists have more fluoride than what is available in toothpaste or tap water, and the application only requires a few minutes. You will be requested to avoid eating or drinking anything for 30 minutes after the treatment to ensure your teeth entirely absorb the fluoride.

What can you not eat after fluoride?

Here is a list of foods to avoid after a fluoride treatment:Citrus fruits (oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and limes)Spicy foods.Crunchy or hard textured foods.Frozen or extremely cold foods (such as popsicles or ice cream)Sugary drinks.

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