What is a Dental Sealant?
A sealant is a protective coating that is designed to protect bicuspids and molars from cavities on the chewing surface.
When should my child get a sealant?
Sealants act as a preventative measure against tooth decay. As soon as your child’s permanent molars erupt we can place a sealant, this is as long as there is no evidence of decay.
Save money, are you in?
Filling cavities can cost almost 4 rimes as much as purchasing sealants. Most of the time dental insurances will cover sealants to a certain age.
*Sealants reduce cavities, the process is quick and pain-free, and sealants can last a long time.