Sealants In Newnan, GA

A Protective Coating for Inaccessible Teeth.

Dental Sealants

What are Sealants?

Sealants offer an additional layer of protection to help prevent cavities. While brushing and flossing remain the primary defense against cavities, sealants provide added assistance in maintaining cavity-free teeth. Typically, sealants are applied to teeth that are challenging to reach and clean thoroughly through brushing and flossing alone.

The Benefits of Sealants

1 Prevent cavities in difficult-to-access areas.

2 Enhance the effectiveness of your regular dental routine.

3 Sustain the overall health of your teeth.

4 Significantly decrease the likelihood of cavities and tooth decay.

5 Fortify your mouth's defenses without any discomfort or inconvenience.

The Process:


Prepare your tooth.

At this stage, we will clean and dry the teeth that will be receiving the sealant. If necessary, a suction tool will be utilized to maintain tooth dryness and ensure your comfort. Fortunately, the sealant application is entirely painless and quick.


Apply the gel.

An acidic gel will be applied to the teeth designated for sealant application. This gel will prepare the tooth surfaces for a secure bond with the sealants.


Rinse and dry.

After a few seconds, the acidic gel will be rinsed off, and your teeth will be dried once more. By this point, the gel will have roughened the surface of the designated teeth, ensuring optimal bonding with the sealant.


Coat with sealant and set.

The sealant is now applied to your teeth, creating a bond with the grooves prepared by the acidic gel. A blue light is promptly used to harden the sealant.


Continue your dental regimen.

Sealants provide additional support but should not replace regular brushing and flossing. So, continue with your diligent dental habits. Over time, sealants may require reapplication, but under normal care, they typically last for several years.

If you are interested in sealants, schedule a consultation to determine the best restorative dental solution for improving your tooth function, oral health, and appearance.

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