Applying sealants is a fast, easy process that can be accomplished without any anesthesia or sedation. Before the sealants are applied, we will clean and polished your teeth to prevent plaque, tartar, and bacteria from being sealed into the tooth. Next, the tooth will be gently etched where the sealant will be placed, then rinsed and dried. Once the tooth is prepped, the dentist will brush on the dental sealant and use a special light for about 30 seconds to set the sealant.
The dentist will monitor that there is full coverage on the teeth and that the sealant is hardened before the patient leaves the office.
There’s not one bad thing to say about Dr. Robbins or his staff. They are simply amazing, comforting, and professional! I’ve never had a better experience with a dentist!
Just like his father in law before him (Mike McBride), Jeremy is the only one I trust my (and my kids’) smile with. Great hygienist staff as well. Could not be more happy with this office!!!