A tooth sealant is a nearly invisible resin barrier that is bonded to the enamel layer of the tooth, protecting it from decay-causing bacteria. Sealants are typically placed on permanent back teeth to cover the naturally occurring pits and grooves, as these are particularly vulnerable to cavities. Sealants are recommended for children and teenagers, but adults can also benefit from them.
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