When a child’s first permanent molars erupt, usually at age 6, consider protecting them with dental sealants. A sealant is a thin plastic coating applied by your dentist to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. By filling in the teeth’s grooves, sealants create a barrier against food and bacteria that cause decay. They are very effective in preventing decay in the back teeth. Make an appointment with us at our clinic to experience the best service in Pediatric Dentristry!

Pediatric Care October 10, 2014