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Cut Down Your Problems With Dental Sealants

You all love to dazzle with shiny teeth. Daily brushing and flossing will help you to maintain your oral hygiene, but at the same truth there is another place seeks more attention, your molars are the roughest area that traps cavities and the best place which hides in bacteria.

Results have shown that sealants have reduced the rate of teeth decay nearly to 80%.It is a kind of thin, shielding film and promoting protective layer in the molars. These are fixed to the chewing surface, which keeps on defending bacteria from the teeth enamel.

How do dental sealants protect us?

  • Dental sealants are applied in the teeth to prevent tooth decay. Some amount of fluoride goes into our mouth through toothpaste; just like it sealants also work in the curved spot and protect the ribbed areas of teeth.
  • You can face discomfort at the first place, but then slowly it gets set.
  • Dentist will clean your teeth at the first place then gradually he will apply sealants in the chewing surface of the teeth. After it binds with the existing tooth, and a curing light is adjusted which hardens it.
  • The entire process is performed in one appointment.

Benefits of having sealants:

  • It reduces development of cavity.
  • The process is simple and applied quickly. It lasts for years and if taken proper care then it doesn’t wear off. It is the easiest solution and does not leave bad effects.
  • It lasts long and applying sealants is always a safe diversion rather than treating cavities, because this is painless and the cost is adjustable for common people, because cavities grow rampantly in US.
  • Tooth decay lead to severe oral problems but once you adopt sealants in your mouth then it gets healthier and safer to use.

You can get confused that whether sealants can be placed over cavities, or not.

If you see that your teeth are going to damage then apply sealants before hand to prevent further damage. At times sealants are transparent which makes dentist sure of the fact that the sealants are working or not.


  • Sealants last for many years if you take proper care. But if you see that there is damage, then it needs to be reapplied once again.
  • Visit dentist to check the condition of sealants at least once in month.

It is important to create awareness of sealants all over, so that parents do not fear and feel uncomfortable when they find their little once teeth are affected by cavities, instead take the help of pediatric dentist to get a fair knowledge to protect their teeth.

During this procedure, the number of teeth that needs to be sealed depends on the amount of caries that they are having at the moment. Preferably sealants should be applied after extraction of permanent tooth.

If your teeth are affected by cavities, and you think you do not have fair knowledge about sealants; then Affordable Dentist near Me, Fort Worth is just in your one-arm distance. Call us and fix an appointment with us.

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Asha Major
Asha Major
I so love affordable dentist. At first I was skeptical and unsure but I took a leap and made an appointment. I’ve been going through some extensive dental work, but the staff here is exceptionally loving and they make sure my confidence stays up to par. I love the ladies here so much it feels like family and I hate to leave lol 😂. The doctors are very nice, helpful, and professional. I got a tooth extracted, and implant placed in less than 15 minutes and I couldn’t believe the doctor when he said it would take that amount of time. Affordable dentist and its staff keeps me laughing and smiling but most of all feeling loved. 🥹🥹
Mar 28, 2023
Alison Matthews
Alison Matthews
Would not recommend, unless you absolutely have to. Staff was extremely friendly but no one knew what was going on. I went in for a cleaning and I left after 2.5 hours. The entire appointment had a lot of back and forth and waiting. Someone would come in, say "Hey you doing okay? Great, I'll get the doctor" or "I'm just getting set up and I'll be right back." They would maybe grab a pair of gloves, or move a chair from one side of the room to the other (and then move it back) and then make a comment that they were short staffed or technology was being slow. For the cleaning, they polished my teeth first, which was odd. The tech did not know what she was doing- the toothpaste was literally flying all over the room. It ended up in my hair, and all over my glasses and face. The dentist who "cleaned" my teeth was extremely rough. It's not uncommon for my gums to bleed or get nicked, but after an hour, they're still bleeding. The toothpaste that was used was still stuck in my teeth after. They did not floss as part of the cleaning. I had asked to get molds for new retainers, but it was more waiting and "oh the computer is being slow." So I left at the 2.5 hour mark. The rooms are more like cubicles- they do not have doors. They also do not have sinks- everything is portable, like a pop up shop. Every room has two large flat screen TVs installed and mounted, but none of them turned on (not even the weather or like a reminder to floss). The rooms are freshly painted and decorated. The person on the phone had suggested a same day appointment multiple times. The waiting room was packed. Another person who had the same appointment time as me was still in the waiting room after an hour. It felt like they're trying to get people in the door. It felt like the two women who were interacting with me the most were not actually trained or authorized to perform work, but more like they were just supposed to stall. Again, everyone was super friendly. I have some theories about how this place operates but I'll keep that to myself. It was not traumatizing and it was not the worst experience I've had at a dentist-but definitely the most bizarre. I had scheduled a follow up appointment at the beginning of my visit and I canceled it before I left because I would not want to return.
May 04, 2023
Robert Taylor
Robert Taylor
Great experience. Went in for a tooth pull and was out really quick. Dr.Pham was amazing and so was Jennifer. While in the room Jennifer talked to me and my girl and really made sure I was comfortable and had a good experience while there. If I could give 20 stars I would. 10/10 DEFINITELY recommend.
Apr 20, 2023
Miss Ashley
Miss Ashley
Chrissy at the front desk was super helpful and caring…she went the extra mile to make sure I got what I needed. Dr M. Kim Den was great as well I got 2 extractions and she told me step by step everything she was doing and also made sure I wasn’t in any pain. The last wisdom tooth I got removed hurt so I was scared but this procedure went so smooth I didn’t even realize she was done because I felt absolutely nothing. This is definitely going to be my dental office from now on.
May 06, 2023
Audra Sanders
Audra Sanders
They did a fantastic job on fixing my grill. I have acid reflux really bad and so the acid has eaten up my teeth. I now have a new 😁 smile thanks to them. Their nurses are the freaking best part of my entire experience. Very sincere and caring.
Apr 19, 2023

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