Sealants are thin plastic coatings placed on the chewing surface on the back teeth, molars, and premolars. They protect the chewing surface from tooth decay by giving them protective shields that block out germs and food debris. Sealants are ideal for people of all stages, babies, children, adults, and teenagers.
4. Dental X-Rays
Also called radiographs, x-rays are crucial preventive and diagnostic procedures in providing critical information that could otherwise be invisible with other dental assessments. The tools provide information that dentists use to safely and precisely detect existing and potential abnormalities.