Topical fluoride is provided on the surfaces of the teeth, and this application is usually done in the office after your teeth are cleaned. Fluoride dentifrice are agents used with a toothbrush to clean, whiten and polish natural teeth. They can also be in different forms like paste, powder, gel or liquid. Gel solutions adhere to the teeth and eradicate the continuous dampening of enamel surfaces required when solutions are used; while other foam solutions are developed to lower the risk of fluoride overdose as well as to maintain the efficacy of topical fluoride treatment. Topical fluoride application does not need suctioning, making it applicable to be done at home, too. When applying fluoride as a home remedy, remember to rinse your mouth thoroughly for perfectly cleaned gums and teeth!