Sealing milk and permanent teeth
Sealing teeth is a proven method of preventing tooth decay. Sealing involves filling fissures with sealant to prevent residual of food remains in them. Healthy teeth are sealed – without caries (the pernament molars and premolars and milk/temporary molars). The effectiveness of this method is up to 90% reduction in tooth decay.
Extended Sealing is done in the teeth with only slight, surface tooth decay, with only single focis of the furrows.
A fixed decline is filled with a composite material.