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The first permanent molars germinate at 6-7 years of life. These teeth are particularly vulnerable, because the surface of the fissures is not completely mineralized and deep, and children do not always clean these teeth well, so they decay quickly. And these are already PERMANENT teeth. Therefore the first molars are recommended to cover with sealants as soon as they erupt.
Sealant is a special varnish, filling teeth fissures and strengthening them.
• Dental sealant coating process is very short and painless, but very effective. If the teeth are covered with sealants in time, the risk of caries reduces 80 to 90 percent.
• After this procedure, control is carried out in 3 months, later – during every check-up.
• If sealant falls out, the procedure of molars sealant coating shall be repeated.
By the way, dental sealants are not always necessary. Only a dentist can determine this. If the teeth are already affected by decay, first they need to be cured. There are cases when dental fissures are flat and well mineralized, so sealants are not required.