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Pediatric (Child) Dental Treatments

Fissure Sealant and Fluoride Applications

What is Fissure Sealent?

Fissure is a dental treatment in which the recesses and grooves of the chewing surfaces of molar teeth are covered with a fluid filler.

Which teeth are made of fissure sealant?

Only the grooves and grooves of the molars are made to the chewing surface.

What is the application of the fissure sealant?

The aim of the fissure application is to prevent the accumulation of nutrients because the molars are suitable for caries and to make the surface easy to clean and minimize the risk of caries.

Is the fissure sealer a repeated application? What happens if it falls?

The fissure sealant may break over time and decrease in quantity under the influence of chewing pressures. This can be repeated.

Is there any harm to the fissure sealant?

There is no harm.

Does it create a sense of height when these surfaces are covered?

Fissure sealers do not form a height since they fill anatomical grooves and are applied to very thin layers.

Yes. It is important to prevent the formation of caries by covering the fissures that we see as risk zones.

What happens if a fissure sealer is not made?

Caries may occur on the surfaces suitable for caries formation from the grooves on the molars.

Prevention of Anticollision

-Breathing in the mouth

-Wrong swallowing

-Finger sucking

-Liar pacifier

-Early loss of milk teeth

-Genetic predisposition

For all these reasons, jaw harm may be disrupted and openings called Beans may occur. Irregularities may occur between the jaws and the primary teeth. All of these can be corrected in advance without interfering with the greater problem. The physician decides which treatment to apply.