Pediatric Sealants

Since your molars are not only the most used in the chewing process, but also the most difficult to reach and clean, they are therefore the most vulnerable to cavities and decay. This is what makes pediatric sealants so important. When molars first come in at around 5-7, and the second set follows at 11-14, it’s important to have a pediatric sealant placed to ensure they are protected early.

Pediatric Sealants

Getting Pediatric Sealants

Sealants are painted onto the tooth over an adhesive applied first. The liquid sealant then hardens, creating a barrier between the tooth and any plaque, food particles, and bacteria. Pediatric sealants last for about 10 years, and can be reapplied if necessary. Call and schedule an appointment to talk about this easy and affordable preventative step!

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