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WHAT IS A FISSURE SEALANT?

A fissure sealant is a protective coating that is used to fill the grooves in children’s teeth. These grooves tend to trap plaque that causes decay, so filling the grooves will help minimize the risk of decay in these teeth.

Fissure sealant placement is a quick and painless procedure and is covered by the Child Dental Benefit Scheme for eligible children.

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