Naperville IL Dentist | One Simple Treatment Can Save Your Child’s Smile

Naperville, IL Dentist

Naperville IL Dentist

When it comes to safeguarding your child’s dental health, our esteemed Naperville dentist, Dr. Brammeier, and his dedicated dental team recommend considering dental sealants during your next visit to our state-of-the-art dental office. Dental sealants are a highly effective method for shielding teeth against decay, and understanding the procedure and its benefits is crucial for maintaining your child’s optimal oral health.

Why Opt for Dental Sealants?

Dental sealants play a pivotal role in the prevention of tooth decay, particularly in those hard-to-reach back teeth where decay is most likely to develop. While children and teenagers are often the primary recipients of sealants, adults can also reap the benefits of this protective treatment.

As we move towards the rear of the mouth, maintaining proper hygiene becomes increasingly challenging. This is where sealants shine, as they can prevent up to an impressive 80% of decay within the initial two years and continue to provide significant protection, with a 50% reduction in decay after four years. Notably, individuals without sealants are more than three times as likely to develop tooth decay compared to those who have received this safeguard.

When Should You Consider Sealants?

Typically, your child’s first molars emerge around the age of six, followed by the second set around the age of twelve. To ensure your child’s molars remain healthy and protected, consult with our experienced Naperville dentist. The most effective time to apply sealants is when molars first emerge. Regular check-ups with our dental team will determine the ideal timing for sealant application.

What to Expect During the Procedure

Applying sealants is one of the simplest and painless treatments offered at our Naperville dental office. The procedure involves meticulous cleaning of your child’s teeth, followed by the application of a specialized gel. After cleaning off the gel, the sealant is applied, and a brief exposure to a gentle blue light swiftly hardens the sealant, ensuring its effectiveness.

Addressing Concerns

Rest assured, dental sealants have an excellent safety record, with allergic reactions being exceedingly rare. Nonetheless, it is advisable to discuss any allergies your child may have with our experienced dental team to determine the most suitable course of action.

Sustaining the Benefits

Sealants have a long-lasting impact and provide protection for several years before needing reapplication. To maintain their effectiveness, it is essential to schedule regular visits to our office. During these appointments, our Naperville dentist will assess the condition of the sealants and your child’s teeth, ensuring they continue to receive the best possible care.

If you’re unsure whether your child’s existing sealants need reapplication or have questions about dental sealants and maintaining healthy teeth, we encourage you to contact Brammeier Dental Associates today. Our team is committed to providing top-tier dental care in Naperville, IL, and we look forward to assisting you in preserving your family’s radiant smiles for years to come.

Brammeier Dental Associates of Naperville
Phone: 630-548-2300
2603 S Washington St
Naperville, IL 60565

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Dentist in Naperville, IL

2603 S. Washington St, Ste 100, 
Naperville, IL 60565
(630) 548-2300

Office Hours:
Monday: 10am – 7pm
Tuesday: 9am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8am – 5pm
Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: Closed
Saturday: By appointment only

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Family Dentist in Naperville
2603 S. Washington St. Ste 100,
Naperville, IL 60565

(630) 548-2300