Lewis Center OH Dentist | The Benefits of Adult Dental Sealants

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Dentist in Lewis CenterAlthough dental sealants are often associated with pediatric dentistry, they can be a beneficial option for adults as well. A dental sealant is a protective, plastic film that helps prevent tooth decay.

 

Even with at home oral health care, there are areas of the mouth that can be difficult to reach, making it tough to properly clean. Our dentist in Lewis Center can determine whether dental sealants are a viable option in helping give you extra protection from tooth decay.

 

Our goal is to make every one of your dental visits as comfortable as possible. Applying dental sealants is a quick procedure, which offers substantial benefits. According to the American Dental Association, adult sealants are an effective solution to cavity prevention and in preventing the progression of an early non-cavitated tooth lesion.

 

With proper at home care and regular professional cleanings, dental sealants can last up to 10 years while effectively preventing tooth decay.

 

Contact Dugas Dental for more information about dental sealants and to schedule a cleaning with our Lewis Center dentist.

 

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27 Neverland Dr
Lewis Center, OH 43035

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