Thank you very much for taking the time to look at Elliot's case. We were impressed with your office and staff. You're certainly on the right track. As Elliot said "that guy really knows his stuff!"

- Barry R.


At Martinez Orthodontics, some of the biggest hurdles our patients face during treatment is keeping their teeth clean. Although our metal braces are now smaller and easier to clean, the overall health of the teeth are at risk while undergoing orthodontic treatment. Dr. Martinez utilizes ProSeal, to preserve and protect his patient’s teeth while wearing braces, going above and beyond what many orthodontists in Cincinnati and Mack, OH do in their office.

Learn more about ProSeal and how it protects the teeth during treatment, and feel free to ask Dr. Martinez any additional questions before you get your braces on.

ProSeal: A Coat of Armor For Your Enamel

ProSeal is a state-of-the-art protective sealant with “armor-like” strength, that Dr. Martinez willl coat over your teeth before he places your braces. Because many of our younger patients struggle with brushing and flossing during treatment, ProSeal can help significantly reduce the potential for teeth staining and cavities, that tend to arise during treatment. It’s still more important than ever to care for your teeth during treatment by brushing at least twice a day and using floss or threaders at least once a day.

In a 2005 study by Hu and Featherstone published in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, this sealant was shown to significantly reduce tooth enamel damage more than fluoride treatment alone. Dr. Martinez also wants to set his patients up for long-term oral health, so the decision to use ProSeal was a no-brainer!

Although ProSeal can help protect your teeth, oral hygiene remains one of the most important habits to maintain. Visit our Oral Hygiene page to learn more about the best tools to keep your teeth looking their best during treatment.

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Reference: Hu W, Featherstone JDB, Prevention of Enamel Demineralization: An In-Vitro Study Using Light-Cured Filled Sealant. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics 2005; 128 (5): 592-600.

Call Your Local Orthodontist Today!

If you have any additional questions about ProSeal or maintaining your oral health in braces, Feel free to give our office a call at (513) 598-9800. If you’d like to schedule an appointment, you can complete our appointment request form and one of our staff members will reach out to you to confirm. We serve patients in Cincinnati, Mack, Bridgetown and beyond, and we look forward to seeing you soon!