Prevention of Dental Caries & Treatment of Hypersensitive Dentine



Fluoro Solve which has all the specific activities of the fluorides acts in two ways 

(a) Its inhibiting action on microbial growth considerably reduces the film of flora on the dental crown. This action is particularly interesting when one considers the group of “Lacto-bacilae” since these producers of acid, are particularly formidable 

(b) This reaction is doubled by the action of fluoride on the enamel which involves a transformation of its crystalline structure and an increase, as far as its sensitivity is concerned, of its resistance to chemical attach. 


Prevention of Dental Caries

  • Remove all tartar.
  • Isolate teeth with cotton wool rolls and dry the surfaces to be treated with warm air, particularly the accrual and proximal areas.
  • Apply fluorosolve several times for a period of seven or eight minutes using a narrow strip of cotton wool impregnated with the material.
  • Leave the band in place for at least three minutes, keeping it in place for at least three minutes, keeping it in place with cotton wool rolls.
  • Introduce Flurosolve between the teeth using an explorer. After treatment remove bands and rolls, & ask the patient to rinse his mouth several times very carefully.
  • Renew this treatment every three months.

Dental Hypersensitivity

  • Protecting it from saliva, dry the tooth to be treated. Take a pledget of cotton wool soaked in flurosolve and apply it for a minute to the affected part. Rinse the mouth. Repeat two or three times.


Bottle containing 13ml.

*Dental Material for use by Dental professionals in the practice of dentistry.
*Not for medicinal use