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Sealants

Sealants are a proven preventative for tooth decay. This resin-like substance helps to create a protective barrier that covers pits and fissures in the teeth. This is where dental decay is able to grow quickly. Sealants, which bond to tooth surfaces to protect them, is recommended for children when the first permanent molars appear. We also recommend them for adults  who have teeth with deep grooves or light stains on the biting surface of their teeth.


Sealants are a proven preventative for tooth decay. This resin-like substance helps to create a protective barrier that covers pits and fissures in the teeth. This is where dental decay is able to grow quickly. Sealants, which bond to tooth surfaces to protect them, is recommended for children when the first permanent molars appear. We also recommend them for adults  who have teeth with deep grooves or light stains on the biting surface of their teeth.


Sealant Application   

For the application, which is very short and painless, a solution is applied to the chewing surface of a tooth to help facilitate a bond with the sealant. Next, the sealant is applied and hardened. The procedure is very simple and easy for children and adults alike. The use of ozone may be suggested to enhance success of sealants.


Longevity of Sealants

In order to keep the sealant in good working order, sealants might be replaced or added to at regular dentist appointments. The goal is to make the sealant last for several years and to make the protection for teeth as durable as possible. When taken care of, sealants (along with good oral hygiene) have been proven to reduce cavities and tooth decay.


The sealants we use contain no Bisphenol A (BPA)
and no fluoride.

Sealants are a holistic choice for protecting your teeth.

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