Preventing cavities and protecting your family's smiles.
What are Sealants?
Stopping plaque build-up and promoting healthy smiles.
Obviously, if this plaque is left untreated in the grooves and pits of your teeth, you eventually have cavities develop. A great option for preventing this is to have your dentist apply sealant to the most vulnerable teeth. This coating of sealant will provide a smooth surface over the unseen and unreachable pits in your teeth. The smooth surface will make it quite difficult for any bacteria to begin developing cavities in your teeth. It also makes it much simpler for you to brush away the plaque with your daily brushing and rinsing.
How Does the Procedeure Work?
Extra protection in just one visit.
Who Are Sealants for?
Besides the aesthetic issues of baby teeth, these baby teeth also play an important role in holding the proper spacing for the permanent teeth of the future. This makes it crucial to keep these baby teeth healthy. You do not want these baby teeth to be lost too early.
After the application of the acid solution, the tooth is again rinsed and dried. Lastly, the protective sealant is spread thoroughly onto the enamel of the tooth so that it can bond, seal, and harden.
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