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Dental sealants are applied when children obtain new molars to keep debris out, maintain their natural teeth, and prevent decay. They act as a barrier between the sensitive parts of the mouth and the rest of the body. In just one appointment, dental sealants can be put to the back of the teeth. This will result in a thin, plastic covering that functions as a barrier against harmful elements such as food, bacteria, and plaque build-up in the mouth. This operation is a completely painless process. The tooth will be cleaned and dried meticulously by the dentist. There is no drilling required and you won’t need freezing. A moderate acidic gel will be administered to the tooth's surface to ensure the strongest attachment. After a few seconds, the dentist will rinse the gel out, dry the tooth, and then press sealant into the tooth's grooves.