Total prevention for lifelong oral health - from clinic to home.
3M has developed dental solutions to help patients achieve life-long oral health through the effective management and prevention of caries. Adopting the minimal intervention approach, our range of products provide a continuum of care, restoring and protecting natural teeth while preventing the onset of problems like cavities and periodontal disease.
From topical fluoride application to sealing, 3M’s integrated process offers oral protection for children and adults alike. Here, discover how our dental care products help patients attain strong, healthy smiles.
A great cleaning procedure is one that efficiently removes tough, cavity-causing stains without eroding too much existing enamel and dentin. Clean the teeth thoroughly and if available, use 3M™ Clinpro™ Prophy Paste.
Complete, extended fluoride coverage is key for accelerating remineralization and arresting the development of caries. 3M™ Clinpro™ White Varnish offers targeted, sustained fluoride release with low viscosity for easy flow and adherence.
3M™ Clinpro™ Sealant offers smart color-change technology - it goes on pink for easy-to-see application, and cures to a natural white. Its low viscosity allows it to flow easily into pits and fissures, for complete fluoride coverage that bonds effectively to enamel.
Continue the treatment between visits with take-home solutions like 3M™ Clinpro™ Tooth Crème toothpaste with innovative functionalised Tri-Calcium Phosphate (fTCP) to help protect, strengthen and repair teeth.
Achieving a beautiful, healthy smile is the goal of every patient – and dentist. A solid preventive program helps to maximize the efficacy of your treatments, improve patient comfort and set the foundation for greater, long-term oral health.
For Marietta Smiles, the convenience of 3M dental care products has enabled it to deliver a successful preventive program.
See how topical fluoride applications reduce hypersensitivity through precipitating sodium or calcium fluoride on the tooth surface, creating a barrier and blocking dentinal tubules.