What are White Spots on teeth?
Normal teeth have a smooth, lustrous surface, however, White Spots can develop on teeth from erosion, caries, fluorosis, infectious disease episodes, or for a number of other causes. MI Paste encourages the reuptake of Calcium, Phosphate and Fluoride (MI Paste Plus) to strengthen and rebuild enamel combating White Spot lesions.
Active and Inactive White Spot Lesions
The process of erosion and decay from plaque and bacteria buildup can result in White Spots, which if left unchecked can wear away teeth leaving unsightly lesions. Active White Spot lesions develop as plaque and bacteria collect from consumption of acidic foods and beverages or as a result of orthodontics. Inactive White Spot lesions form due to demineralization, dental caries, fluorosis, and disease. MI Paste can help to protect and restore vital minerals to strengthen and correct lesions.
How can MI Paste help correct White Spots?
- MI Paste combats the buildup of plaque and bacteria
- MI Paste delivers enamel building nutrients like Calcium, Phosphate, and Fluoride (MI Paste Plus)
- MI Paste prevents the development of new white spot lesions
- MI Paste corrects lesions restoring the brilliant, natural luster of teeth
Using MI Paste for White Spots
- Use MI Paste at least twice daily and as desired.
- Apply MI Paste directly after white spot treatment and for at least 8-10 weeks after.
- Use MI Paste after brushing in the morning, evening, and as desired.
- Apply a pea sized portion using a finger, swab, or dental tray.
- Use MI Paste in conjunction with dental treatment and preventative measures.