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Are Dental Sealants Necessary For Adults?


Posted on 3/20/2023 by OM
Are Dental Sealants Necessary For Adults?Brushing your teeth helps to remove plaque and food debris. However, these techniques do not reach all the nooks and crannies of the back teeth, increasing the risk of cavities. Fortunately, you can protect the back teeth from bacteria and debris accumulation through dental sealant treatment.

This procedure involves applying a liquid resin to the back teeth, which are vulnerable to tooth decay. A dentist bonds sealants into the teeth grooves and depressions, forming a protective shield. While this treatment is mostly recommended for kids, adults and teenagers also benefit from sealants. Here are 3 benefits of dental sealants.

Prevent Decay and Cavities


Like with children, adults' teeth are prone to decay and cavities. While daily teeth cleaning is a good way to ensure good oral health, brushing in the groves of the back teeth can be challenging. With this, bacteria and food debris will build up, forming cavities. Due to this, applying sealants to fissures and pits is a good way to prevent build-up.

Enhance Your Smile


As you know, dental sealants make brushing easier. This means less food debris and bacteria build up in the back teeth, reducing the chances of tooth decay and discoloration. Tooth decay can eventually cause tooth loss, which can affect your smile. A good way to maintain a beautiful smile is by preventing tooth loss. Sealants, therefore, are an excellent solution for improving the appearance of the teeth.

Acts as an Added Support for Oral Care Routine


Failing to clean all parts of the teeth can lead to plaque buildup. Plaque contributes to various oral issues, such as bad breath, gum disease, and tooth decay. Sealants will make teeth cleaning easier by filling in the grooves. This ensures a healthy mouth, teeth, and gums. For more information about dental sealants, contact our dental team today!

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