Fluoride Coupon and Discount

Our Fluoride coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Fluoride is a prescription drug that treats dental cavities, tooth decay and tooth loss. The original cash price of Fluoride is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Fluoride coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Fluoride.
Fluoride Overview
Drug Name: Fluoride
Generic Name(s): Acidulated Phosphate Fluoride
Drug Class: Caries prophylactic agents
Treats: dental cavities, tooth decay, tooth loss

Fluoride is a Caries prophylactic agent that is applied in the treatment of osteoporosis, tooth loss and tooth decay. Fluoride strengthens bones for children to adults to prevent breaking, fractures even or body weakness. In addition to that, Fluoride strengthens teeth for children and also prevents tooth decay. The Fluoride is usually combined with toothpastes and mouth washers for applications that involve teeth directly to avoid tooth decay.

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  • Fluoride Uses

    The use of Fluoride varies depending on the target disease. Fluoride is applied continuously to the mouth with the aim of strengthening teeth and preventing tooth decay. Fluoride is also used through the mouth for the treatment of weak bones and also the prevention of bone loss.

    • Tooth decay
    • Dental care
    • Tooth loss
  • Fluoride Dosage

    When professionally applied, fluoride is in the form of a foam or gel, and they are frequently used by dentists. Therefore, it is recommended by dental professionals to use any the foals or gel products that have the seal of acceptance. Fluoride that is found in toothpaste is applied continuously for better protection against tooth decay or tooth loss.

    Prevention of Dental Cavities

    • Place little amount of fluoride toothpaste on a toothbrush. Brush the teeth surfaces form at least a minute. To get better protection, do not drink, eat or rinse mouth for thirty minutes. Apply the whole process twice a day or as prescribed by a dentist.
    • Pediatric dose: Place little amount of fluoride toothpaste on a toothbrush. Brush the teeth surfaces form at least a minute. After use, rinse mouth thoroughly with water. Apply the whole process twice a day or as prescribed by a dentist.
  • Fluoride Side Effects

    Fluoride comes with some side effects when over used. Fluoride is safe for people when added to water or in mouthwashes and toothpastes. Note: For individuals less than six years of age, do not use fluoride unless directed by a physician. Precaution: ingestion of fluoride on a prolonged daily basis may bring about various amounts of dental fluorosis for pediatric patients who are below six years of age. If the fluoridation of the water exceeds 0.6 ppm be aware that this is dangerous since young patients swallow small amounts in most cases when brushing teeth. In that case, supervision is recommended for patients under six years of age.

    Consult with your doctor if you experience any of the following side effects:

    • Weakness
    • Discolored teeth
    • Changes in appearance of teeth
    • Upset stomach
    • Headache
    • Weakened tooth enamel
  • Fluoride Interactions

    Fluoride has both magnesium and calcium insoluble compounds that decrease fluoride absorption when present in a meal. Diets that have low salt (chloride) reduce excretion of fluoride hence retention in the body. Tell your doctor or medical professional about other medications (prescription or over-the-counter) you are taking to reduce the risk of interaction or severe side effects.