Rebuild and Repair at the First Signs of Breakdown
Parents and pediatric patients will appreciate early stage caries intervention without painful drilling or staining, while potentially avoiding years of costly and traumatic treatment.
Curodont™ Repair Fluoride Plus
NEW! Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus naturally rebuilds and repairs enamel at the first signs of breakdown. This non-invasive, easy-to-use treatment uses a proprietary peptide to help teeth naturally remineralize. Unlike fluoride, which only promotes remineralization on the tooth's surface, Curodont uses calcium, phosphate, and other minerals found in the patient's own saliva, to rebuild down to the depth of the lesion.
Leverages hydroxyapatite to remineralize and rebuild lost enamel
Unlike other options on the market, Curodont does not stain or discolor the tooth surface
Offers a 95% success rate* and 13X higher probability of success compared to fluoride varnish alone.**
*Godenzi, D. (2018) “Give Teeth a Chance: Curodont Repair in daily practice” Lecture at EAPD, Lugano, Switzerland 2018
**Kind, L., et al (2017) “Biomimetic Remineralization of Carious Lesions by Self-Assembling Peptide.” J Dent Res 96(7): 790-797
"Curodont™ Repair Fluoride Plus offers a pivotal opportunity at the threshold between preventative and restorative interventions: time is on your side – remineralize incipient tooth decay, filling instead of drilling.”
Dr. Volker Scholz
How It Works
In as little as one application, Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus brings fluoride where it is needed most – directly to early carious lesions and white spot lesions. Over the course of weeks, the unique CUROLOX® formulation and the application procedure help minerals, like calcium and phosphate found in saliva, to penetrate the enamel surface into the lesion. Lost enamel is remineralized and repaired.
Initial results are visible in about 90 days. To optimize outcomes, Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus can be applied several times at intervals of 3-6 months between each application.
“Curodont™ Repair Fluoride Plus is the first brush on treatment for tooth decay that does not require a needle, nor a drill, does not stain and does not taste bad.”
Jeremy Horst Keeper
Guided Enamel Remineralization
Guided Enamel Remineralization (GER) bridges the gap between prevention and invasive restorative approaches to treat initial carious lesions and white spots. Curdont™ Repair Fluoride Plus enables in-depth remineralization of the enamel while maintaining the integrity of the tooth.
“I use Curodont™ Repair Fluoride Plus because I want to be the doctor who can treat early caries – without a syringe or drill. And I can assure: This is the greatest process optimization of all.”
Dr. Justin Rashbaum
An early carious lesion or white spot lesion that is not treated and is simply "watched" will need to be treated restoratively in the vast majority of cases. Most fillings have a life expectancy of 10-15 years and therefore must be replaced periodically when additional decay forms around the margins or the restoration breaks down. Treating early lesions with Curodont before they cavitate can help prevent the need for a lifetime of costly restorative work.
Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus is a clinically proven proprietary peptide technology that works to remineralize early carious lesions and rebuild* natural tooth structure, unlike fluorides and resin treatments. Contact us to learn more about the full process.
Applied to a clean, dry early carious lesion/white spot lesion, Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus' unique formulation uses the calcium and phosphorus found in the patient's saliva, along with Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus peptides, to build a matrix that forms hydroxyapatite - the essential component of strong, intact enamel.
Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus is a professional in-office treatment and is indicated for use on interproximal, occlusal, buccal, facial, lingual and white spot lesions, during or after ortho bracketing. Suitable for patients 4 years and older to remineralize and rebuild* healthy tooth structure and help prevent the need for restorative procedures.
No. Other means promoting remineralization such as fluoride varnish, may provide additional support for the regeneration of hard tooth structure.
Fluoride containing products promote remineralization and make the enamel surface more acid resistant, however they act solely at the surface. Curodont Repair Fluoride Plus uses its unique CUROLOX® formulation and the application procedure to help calcium and phosphorus from the saliva to penetrate to the depth of the lesion.
Yes. While most carious lesions see a 95%** success rate, the procedure can be repeated if necessary.