Did you know that dental sealant is applied to the pits and crevices of teeth to prevent tooth decay?
In fact, this excellent cavity prevention method is used on the molars and premolars of children, teens and even some adults. Since the chewing surface of these teeth has grooves that are much thinner than the bristles of a toothbrush, bacteria remain lodged in the grooves and come to cause tooth decay.
The application of the sealant is a very simple and quick procedure in addition to requiring no anesthesia. The dentist must first clean the teeth and prepare them to ensure that the sealant adheres well before receiving the sealing resin.
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