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Dental Sealants: Minimal Risk – Excellent Results

November 14, 2018 1452 Views

Brushing and flossing are the first line of defense against cavities, but they’re not always enough. This is especially true for molars, which bear the brunt of chewing and tend to have rough, uneven surfaces that harbor cavity-causing bacteria. Enter dental sealants, which can make a tremendous difference in the health of teeth. Who Benefits … Continue reading “Dental Sealants: Minimal Risk – Excellent Results”

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How Do Dental Sealants Work?

June 22, 2018 630 Views

One of the biggest detriments to teeth is decay, caused by bacteria that feed off food debris left on the teeth. While brushing and flossing regularly can remove most food particles from the teeth, there are always some small traces that are left behind in between teeth or in crevices. The back molars are the … Continue reading “How Do Dental Sealants Work?”

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The Advantages of Getting Dental Sealants

June 22, 2017 537 Views

We all have those problem areas where food and stains like to build up. Your dental hygienist probably spends most of their time there when you visit for your cleanings. Among those areas are some that we all share, the back molars. One option that can help ensure good health of those areas for a … Continue reading “The Advantages of Getting Dental Sealants”

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Dental Sealants for Protection from Tooth Decay

July 29, 2015 559 Views

Tooth decay is prevalent among the molars and premolars of most people because these teeth contain small irregularities that are prone to the collection of debris and bacteria.Proper flossing and brushing can help to eliminate the risk of tooth decay effectively on the front teeth, but for teeth located toward the back of your mouth, the risk … Continue reading “Dental Sealants for Protection from Tooth Decay”

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