DENTAL SEALANTS

You may be a gold medal champion when it comes to brushing, but sometimes the grooves in your molars are no match for plaque. This is one reason why we suggest dental sealants.

Placing white sealant
Placing white sealant
Sealant hardens quickly
Sealant hardens quickly

What Are Sealants?

Dental sealants are a clear or white plastic that are painted onto the grooves of the biting surfaces of your back teeth to protect them from the destructive effects of plaque. They are necessary to prevent plaque and food particles from collecting in the crevices of your molars and cause tooth decay.

How Are They Placed?

The sealant application process is simple, painless, and fast. First, we thoroughly clean and dry your teeth then apply a conditioning solution. Next we “paint” the sealant material into the grooves of your teeth. After your sealants harden, you are free to go and enjoy the extra protection they offer against cavities.

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Smile club, Gold prevention plan details

The Keep on Smiling Club Prevention Plans are designed for patients who do not have dental insurance or need more than $1000 in dental care.

*Additional details apply, please click the ‘learn more’ button for more information.

Smile club, Platinum prevention plan details
Smile club, Gold prevention plan details
Smile club, Platinum prevention plan details

The Keep on Smiling Club Prevention Plans are designed for patients who do not have dental insurance or need more than $1000 in dental care.

*Additional details apply, please click the ‘learn more’ button for more information.

We Know You're Looking for the Perfect Solution to Fit All of Your Dental Care Needs.

Your solution, however, isn’t to find the cheapest options possible. It’s to find a dentist who cares not just about one procedure that brings you into the office, but your overall health.  Whether you’re missing a single tooth or several, implants just might be the prosthetic option that you’re looking for. Ideal candidates will have sufficient jaw bone mass, healthy gums, and good overall health.

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