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Sealants for Children

Thin coatings on back teeth prevent cavities. Clear or tooth-colored resin forms a protective barrier. 

Brushing Teeth

Treatment Process

  • Cleaning and Preparation: Clean and dry teeth for proper sealant adhesion.

  • Etching: Use etching solution to enhance enamel bonding.

  • Isolation of Teeth: Keep teeth dry with cotton rolls or a dental dam.

  • Application of Sealant: Apply liquid resin to molars and premolars with a brush.

  • Curing: Expedite hardening with a special curing light.

  • Evaluation and Adjustments: Assess placement; make adjustments for fit and coverage.

  • Post-Application Instructions: Provide oral hygiene tips; advise against sticky or hard foods.


  • Cavity Prevention: Acts as a physical barrier, reducing cavity risk.

  • Early Intervention: Applied soon after permanent molar eruption for early protection.

  • Non-Invasive Procedure: Painless and non-invasive, no drilling or structure removal.

  • Long-Lasting Protection: Durable protection for several years against chewing pressures.

  • Cost-Effective: Economical preventive measure compared to cavity treatment costs.

  • Improved Oral Health: Reduces cavity risk, fostering positive dental care attitudes.

  • Preservation of Tooth Structure: Prevents the need for restorative treatments like fillings.

  • Enhanced Confidence: Promotes confidence in smiles for children with healthy teeth.

Kid Painting

Dental sealants are a valuable preventive measure, especially for children, safeguarding their teeth during critical development stages and laying the groundwork for a lifetime of good oral health.

Contact us today to set up your appointment!

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