Fissure Sealants

The Pit & Fissure Sealant Procedure

Fissure Sealants Casula

Fissure sealants are clear resin materials, similar to white fillings, applied to teeth and act as a barrier against bacteria that cause plaque. They help prevent tooth decay and cavities from developing.

Fissure sealants are usually applied to the deep grooves and pits of the back molars – the common areas for cavities to occur in the teeth. The procedure can be conducted by your Casula dentist.

Factors for getting fissure sealants include patients with:

  • History of dental caries
  • Deep pits and fissures
  • Poor oral hygiene
  • Early signs of dental cavities
  • Poor plaque control
  • Enamel defects
  • Orthodontic appliances

Fissure Sealant Application Procedure

Fissure sealant application procedure is very simple when performed by your Casula dentist.

Teeth are cleaned thoroughly, as food particles and saliva can prevent the sealant from sticking properly to the tooth.

  1. The surface of the tooth is rinsed with a gel or solution to make sure the sealant bonds to the tooth properly.
  2. An adhesive is applied below the sealant.
  3. The sealant is applied to the tooth.
  4. Depending on the type of sealant, a specialised light may be used to cure the material.
  5. The bite is checked, and excess material is polished away.

Fissure Sealant At-Home Care

Your dentist at Casula Dental Care recommends check-ups every six months so that tooth decay or sealant loss can be tracked.

Teeth that are applied with fissure sealants don’t necessarily need any routine changes or changes in diet.

Although sealants help prevent tooth decay on the molar teeth, you still need to brush and floss teeth thoroughly to avoid the factors that can cause them.

Fissure Sealants in Casula

At Casula Dental Care, we provide a wide range of dental services that will help you maintain your oral health and prevent dental issues from occurring, including fissure sealants.

Visit your Casula dentist today!

If you want to know more about fissure sealants in Casula, please call us on (02) 919 99695 or request your appointment online.

We are located at Shop 17A Casula Mall, 1 Ingham Drive in Casula.


Which teeth should be sealed?
Fissure sealants are applied to the teeth at the back of the mouth – the molars and premolars, which have pits and fissures on their biting surfaces where cavities often occur.
Is it painful?
No, the whole process is totally pain-free.
Do sealants last?
With proper care, sealants can last for several years, but our dental team in Casula will check them regularly during your appointment and make sure that the sealants are still in place.
How do fissure sealants work?
Fissure sealants cover all the little grooves and dips in the surface of the tooth. They help prevent tooth decay from developing by forming a protective layer on the surface of your tooth.
Who do I get treatment from?
To learn more about fissure sealant treatment, ask your trusted Casula dentist.

We will let you know if fissure sealants are best in helping your teeth, and if it is about time to receive them.

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