Fluoride Treatment

Did you know that fluoride treatments can help prevent tooth decay by 50-80%? That’s why we offer our fluoride treatment to each of our patients! Providing a fluoride treatment is something we do at every single teeth cleaning (which the American Dental Association recommends should be every 6 months.)

Did you know that fluoride treatments can actually strengthen not yet erupted adult teeth in children under 8 years old? Our staff make  fluoride treatments fun, so your child is sure to enjoy every minute of their experience In our chair. Our staff will ensure your child loves every minute of their time at Lantzy Children’s Dentistry.

Fluoride Treatment in Trophy Club, TX - Lantzy Childrens Dentistry

What is Fluoride?

Fluoride is actually a mineral that naturally occurs in your teeth. It’s used in dentistry to help strengthen tooth enamel, which is the outermost layer of the tooth. When tooth enamel starts to decay, it can lead to a wide variety of issues, such as cavities and temperature sensitivity. Looking to get some fluoride outside of the dentist office? Drink local tap water and check for toothpaste that has added fluoride!

Benefits of Fluoride Treatments

Fluoride treatments can help prevent cavities, tooth decay, and harmful growth of oral bacteria.


Committed to Dental Excellence

Our team at Lantzy Children’s Dentistry is committed to dental excellence, which means your child will receive the very best care and treatment. Because of our commitment to excellence, each of our expert team members are constantly seeking new methods and knowledge to best treat your child. Lantzy Children’s Dentistry delivers treatment you can trust!

Happy Faces of Happy Clients

Check out some of our happy clients! Seeing our patients smile is what makes our world go round. We are so appreciative of each and every one of our patients, and we hope to add you and your child to our long list of happy clients!

We Love to See You Smile

Our office goal is to have your child leave our practice with a healthy smile and a positive attitude toward dental care.