Fissure Sealants

Avoid Decay with Fissure Sealants

fissure sealantsExactly what are fissure sealants?

A precautionary choice to secure your teeth from decay as well as plaque is by securing up these deep grooves with a finish recognised as a fissure sealant. A fissure sealant is a tooth coloured liquid-like material which transforms right into a tough material covering that bonds right into the grooves of the teeth, as a result, securing your teeth from decay.

Treatment for fissure sealants

  • The entire treatment to have a fissure sealant put on your tooth is pain-free as well as fast.
  • We see to it that there is no decay or plaque in the tooth.
  • When using the fissure sealant, it is essential to maintain the location completely dry and away from your saliva. If the tooth becomes damp, the sealant may not bond appropriately.
  • The fissure sealant is repainted into the surface area of your back tooth loading the pits as well as grooves.
  • The sealant is solidified by utilising a unique kind of light that “solders” the sealant, for that reason securing up the deep grooves as well as pits. The tooth is all set to use once it solidifies.

That requires fissure sealants?

When the adult long-term molar teeth initially rise right into the mouth, is the best time to have fissure sealants done is. Normally for youngsters, the very first long-term molar tooth bulges at around the age of 6. It is suggested to secure these brand-new teeth, as quickly as they appear, with a fissure sealant to ensure that it offers a safety covering to avoid decay.

To arrange a consultation to learn more about fissure sealants please contact Bondi Junction Dental Clinic today.


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