Does Your Child Have Risky Teeth that Need Dental Sealants?

The unique shapes and characteristics of your child’s teeth enable them to perform their specific functions when it’s time to chew up food for easy digestion. The back teeth, also referred to as molars and premolars, grind down the bites of food that your child eats. You may notice that their biting surfaces have deep pits and fissures, which help... read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Prevent Serious Cavities on Back Teeth

The molars and premolars in the back of your child’s mouth are important for efficiently chewing and grinding the foods they eat. It’s relatively common for permanent back teeth to emerge from the gums with deep textures in the tooth enamel on the biting surfaces. These areas could potentially trap bacterial deposits and food material, fostering a large cavity. To... read more »