A preventative procedure that reduces the risk of the formation of cavities.
Recesses in the teeth (fissures) are covered with a special hermetic seal, which prevents food from getting caught in the recess as a result of which bacteriaforms. This helps secure and preserve the chewing teeth for 1.5-2 years.
STAGES OF TREATMENT
The teeth must be prepared for sealing by removing all plaque and bacteria from the teeth prior to cleaning.
from bacteria using a special solution
Application of the seal
Illumination with a photo-polymer lamp
Covering with fluoride
Reduces the risk of the appearance of cavities by 40-60%
Procedures takes 5-10 on average for each tooth.
With time the hermetic seal disappears on its own by a mechanical method..
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MYTHS AND QUESTIONS ANSWERS
1. At what age is it recommended to seal fissures?
In the milk bite, when the first milk molars have erupted (approximately 1.5-2.5 years). In a constant bite, when standing molars have erupted.
2. How long does the sealing of fissures last?
Depending on individual habits and food preferences. The sealant remains on the tooth surface for about 4 years.
3. If the fissures are sealed - it means caries will never appear?
Caries may appear on other surfaces of the tooth (for example, on the side), so regular professional and personal hygiene, the use of dental floss during daily individual hygiene are very necessary.