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Pit and Fissure Sealants

Category: Express Delivery Clearance Sale Dental Care
Brand: K-10
SKU: 26952

₹320 ₹600
    • Highly resistant to wear & tear.
    • Fluoride release prevents decay and strengthens enamel.
    • Easy-to-use syringe delivery system.
    • Prevents food & microbes entrapment into pits & fissures.
    • Forms a strong bond with enamel for long-lasting protection.
    • Low shrinkage for a tight seal, optimal retention.
    • Radiopaque for easy identification during check-ups.

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Light Cure Pit and Fissure Sealants that is recommended for the prevention of caries by sealing pit and fissure. It contains Amorphous Calcium Phosphate (ACP) having excellent remineralizing properties. Dental pit and fissure sealants are precautionary treatments. This thin plastic coating fills in the crevices and tiny indentations that naturally occur in teeth and eliminate places for bacteria to breed. Your dental professional may suggest pit and fissure sealants for your back teeth.

Light-cured pit and fissure sealants are a type of dental sealant that is hardened using a light source. They are commonly used to protect the deep grooves and pits on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth, such as molars and premolars, from tooth decay.

Here's how light-cured pit and fissure sealants work:

  1. Tooth preparation: The tooth surface is thoroughly cleaned and dried to ensure optimal bonding of the sealant.

  2. Acid etching: A mild acidic solution is applied to the tooth surface to create a roughened texture, which improves the adhesion of the sealant.

  3. Sealant application: The dentist or dental hygienist applies the light-cured sealant material onto the prepared tooth surface. This material is usually a flowable resin-based composite or a glass-ionomer cement.

  4. Light curing: A curing light is used to expose the sealant material to a specific wavelength of light. This light activates a photoinitiator in the sealant, causing it to harden or polymerize. The curing process usually takes a few seconds per tooth.

  5. Checking and adjusting: After the sealant is cured, the dentist checks the sealant's placement and makes any necessary adjustments to ensure proper coverage of the pits and fissures. The excess sealant material may be removed if needed.

  6. Bite check and polishing: The patient may be asked to bite down to ensure the sealant does not interfere with the bite. The sealant is then polished to achieve a smooth surface.

By sealing the deep grooves and pits on the chewing surfaces, pit and fissure sealants create a physical barrier that helps prevent plaque accumulation and protects the tooth enamel from acid-producing bacteria, reducing the risk of tooth decay. It's important to note that regular dental check-ups are still necessary to monitor the condition of the sealants and ensure their longevity.

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