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Dental sealants are coatings that go on the teeth, normally the back teeth, to prevent tooth decay. They are thin, plastic coatings that are "painted" over the teeth during the dental process, and their main purpose is to protect grooves and depressions on the surface of the teeth.



If you already have a healthy oral hygiene routine by brushing and flossing constantly, you may still not be getting to every crevice, especially in the back teeth. Sealants serve to protect those sensitive areas where food may get stuck and hard to remove as to prevent needing a root canal or even tooth removal in the future.

Sealants are more commonly used on children and teens, but can also be used on adults, depending on their overall tooth health. Ideally, children should get sealants on their molars and premolars as soon as they come in, this way they are protected through their high cavity prone years.

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