No More Tooth Sensitivity with Dental Sealants
Protect your teeth and enjoy your life without discomfort.
Do you suffer from tooth sensitivity?
Does eating or drinking hot or cold foods make you wince?
Many people experience tooth sensitivity, which can be a symptom of several dental problems, including:
Fortunately, dental sealants can help alleviate your discomfort. Covering the sensitive areas of your teeth can reduce exposure to temperature changes and protect your teeth from further damage.
With the help of dental sealants, you can enjoy your favorite foods and drinks without fear of pain or discomfort.
Don’t let tooth sensitivity hold you back any longer.
Talk to Dr. Bello today about whether dental sealants are right for you, and start enjoying life without worrying about tooth pain.
By filling in the deep grooves and pits of molars and premolars, sealants can significantly reduce the risk of cavities in both children and adults.
Dental sealants are inexpensive compared to restorative treatments such as fillings or crowns.
Getting dental sealants is a painless and quick procedure that can be completed in just one visit to our office.
Protecting Your Teeth from Early-Stage Cavities with Avila Dental
Are you concerned about early-stage cavities and the potential for tooth decay? If so, there’s good news: dental sealants may be able to help.
Sealants can sometimes treat early-stage cavities by filling the degraded areas with a sealant material.
Dr. Bello can help stop the decay from progressing and preserve the tooth. This can save you from extensive dental work, such as fillings or root canals.
If you’re worried about the health of your teeth and want to prevent further decay, talk to Dr. Bello about whether dental sealants are a good option for you.
Taking action early can preserve your oral health and maintain a bright, healthy smile for years.
Why wait? Call for an appointment today.
If your teeth have deep grooves or pits, and you are at high risk of developing cavities, our dentist may recommend sealants as a preventative measure.
If sealants are appropriate, our dentist will thoroughly clean and dry the tooth surface. Then, an acidic solution will be applied to the tooth to help the sealant adhere.
Finally, the sealant material will be applied to the tooth and hardened using a special light. The process is painless and usually takes just a few minutes per tooth.
Providing quality preventative, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry to families in Northgate and the surrounding North Seattle communities.