What are Dental Sealants? Your Child’s Dental Care

Dental sealants are one of the greatest interventions you can do for your child’s dental care to make sure they don’t get cavities. Dr. Emily Hahn, Pediatric Dentist at St. Louis Children’s Hospital, describes what dental sealants are, the process of placing the material in the groove of the tooth, and the benefits of the treatment. This is a painless, preventative procedure that involves no restriction after they’re placed and is often covered by insurance.

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