Protecting Your Child’s Teeth With Dental Sealants

The average person usually has their 20 baby teeth replaced by permanent adult teeth by early to mid-adolescence. The premolars and molars in the back of your child’s mouth are usually the last teeth to emerge. Sometimes the occlusional, or biting surface, of these teeth have deep pits and fissures that can be difficult to clean with brushing alone. Stuck-on... read more »

The Beauty of Dental Sealants

The beauty of dental sealants is that they are a tool in one’s arsenal against cavities, along with meticulous brushing, flossing and regular dental cleanings. Their proven track record goes back to the 1970’s—that’s how long they have been helping people achieve cavity-free molars and premolars. Also known as pit and fissure sealants, they act as barriers against the ravages... read more »