A Dental sealant is either a clear or slightly shaded plastic material that is applied on the grooves of a child’s molar teeth to protect it from any plaque build-up, food, and acid. The molars are prone to tooth decay as they are mainly used for chewing food. They are the teeth that 80% of children acquire cavities at. The procedure in whole is simple, easy, and painless. It is a liquid when applied but it will begin to harden after it is on the tooth.
The entire procedure your dentist does step-by-step is: