Dental & Implant Centre in Tonbridge, Kent
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ICON Treatment

Icon White Spot Treatment in Tonbridge

White Spots On Teeth

Our cutting-edge Icon white spot treatment in Tonbridge can help to remove those small white deposits on your teeth, restoring that natural radiant smile.

What is Icon white spot treatment?

Icon White Spot Treatment is a revolutionary, non-invasive method designed to address white spot lesions on teeth. Unlike traditional methods that involve drilling and filling healthy tooth material, Icon is a minimally invasive and pain-free solution that preserves your natural tooth structure.

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Benefits of Icon white spot treatment

ICON Treatment

Painless: The entire Icon treatment process is virtually painless, ensuring a comfortable experience for our patients.

Uniform smile: Icon effectively reduces the visibility of white spots for good, restoring a more cohesive and aesthetically pleasing appearance to your teeth.

Conservative approach: Icon treatment preserves your natural tooth structure without the need for drilling or anaesthesia, providing a conservative alternative to traditional methods.

Prevention of decay: By sealing and strengthening the enamel, Icon helps prevent further decay and adds a layer of protection to your teeth.

Quick and convenient: Icon treatment typically requires only one appointment.

Are there any disadvantages to Icon?

While Icon white spot treatment offers numerous advantages, it’s essential to note that the effectiveness of the treatment may vary depending on the severity of the white spot. In some cases, multiple treatment sessions may be necessary.

At River Lawn Dental we believe in transparency and will discuss all aspects of the treatment during your consultation to ensure you make an informed decision.

The Icon white spot treatment process:

Consultation: Schedule a consultation with our experienced dentist to assess your specific case and determine if Icon treatment is suitable for you.

Preparation: No drilling is required for Icon treatment. Your dentist will clean the affected tooth surface and apply a special gel to prepare the enamel for treatment.

Application: The Icon resin is carefully applied to the white spot, penetrating the enamel and improving its appearance.

Curing: A curing light is used to harden the resin, creating a durable and long-lasting seal over the affected area.

Polishing: The treated area is polished to achieve a smooth, natural finish.

Why choose us?

Our skilled team of experienced dental professionals specialise in providing the best possible treatment for all our patients. We always prioritise your comfort and satisfaction offering personalised care to meet your needs.

Say goodbye to white spots and hello to a brighter, healthier smile with Icon white spot treatment. Book your consultation today, and let us help you achieve the smile you deserve!

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1. What causes white spots on teeth?

White spots on teeth are actually very common and can be caused by a multitude of things;

  • Diet; Lots of sugary and acidic foods can cause the enamel on the tooth to wear and white spots to form. (This is similar for those with acid reflux)
  • Fluorosis; While fluoride is usually great for helping to guard our teeth from decay, too much fluoride can actually lead to decay and discolouration.
  • Oral hygiene; A build-up of plaque can cause white spots, so making sure you follow dentist recommendations when it comes to brushing a flossing is important. (Particularly if you have fixed braces to aid in the prevention of enamel!)
  • Hypoplasia; White spots are occasionally caused when the tooth has lees enamel, possibly from a nutritional deficiency.
  • Trauma/illness; In some cases, a childhood injury (before adult teeth have formed) or severe illness can cause white spots.

2. Is there an age restriction?

Icon white spot treatment has been deemed appropriate for all ages. It is completely safe for children and teenagers to receive treatment.

3. How long is Icon treatment?

Depending on the complexity of your white spots and the cause for them can be complete in just one, hour long visit. However, additional treatment sessions maybe required if the white spots infiltrates deeper into the tooth.

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