Dental One Associates of Toco Hills
2882 N Druid Hills Road NE, Suite A, Atlanta, GA 30329

Dental Sealants in Atlanta, GA

Some people may believe that cavities are something that only children experience, and they would be wrong. While it’s true that children have a high risk of experiencing cavities, that doesn’t mean that when people get older they don’t have to worry about experiencing this common dental issue. In fact, older individuals have a particularly high chance of experiencing tooth decay caused by cavities, which is why it’s important for this demographic to be proactive about preventing them. While brushing, flossing and using mouthwash are all good ways to keep cavities at bay, our Atlanta dentists can offer people another way to keep their teeth safe from this dental problem – sealants.

A sealant is a thin plastic coating that is applied to the back molars, which are the teeth that are used the most while chewing. These teeth have a high risk of developing cavities because they come in contact with all of the food you eat, and since they are in the back of the mouth they can be more difficult to thoroughly clean with brushing and flossing. This means that food can get stuck in the grooves of these teeth and act as food for the bacteria in the mouth, which will in turn attack tooth enamel and cause cavities.

Applying these sealants is entirely painless. When people come in for sealant treatment they will simply have the plastic coating painted on their teeth and then it will immediately harden and begin protecting the teeth. Sealants can only be seen from very up close – pick a new phrase, and since they are on the back teeth, no one will even know they are there. Sealants can be clear, white or slightly tinted to match the look of natural teeth.

Dental sealants are often applied to children and teenagers, but our Atlanta dentists offer them for patients of all ages.

Why should people consider a dental sealant? Decay can damage a tooth permanently and if left untreated it can lead to a person needing a root canal or some other extensive dental procedure. However, dental sealants will help prevent a cavity from occurring in the first place, potentially saving people time and money. Sealants can last for up to 10 years, and can easily be reapplied if they wear off. People who are interested in giving their teeth added protection from cavities should visit our Atlanta dentists today.

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Patient Reviews
I have been a patient of this Dental practice for about 20 years. I have never had a bad experience with the staff, technicians, the Doctors, or the facility. I have always been treated with respect, […]
Diania W.
The very best care I have ever had – and I am an older lady. Hats off to everyone – from the greeter who is friendly and efficient. To the person handling the billing who worked hard to get my […]
Alena A.
I loved my experience in the office Kesha the treatment coordinator explained everything in detail which made it easy to understand.
Keosha A.
I have been going to Dental One for over 10 years. The service and staff are amazing
Rodderick N.
I received great service and I appreciated that the office staff was able to accommodate for the fact that I left my wallet at home.
Luis H.
I like the way Dental One take care of my teeth and the customer service that is always rendered. Thanks for your service!
Janet S.
Everyone at the office is kind and helpful, and Dr. DeAngelis is very knowledgeable and thorough.
Tona S.
Friendly, helpful staff, expertise, timeliness of appt.
Gina S.
The dentist really knows what he is doing, Mr. Everett’s staff takes the time to make certain everything is correct and accurate so you can be in and out!
E G.
Always a good experience. They really helped my teeth stay on the right track.
Summer J.
The staff is very knowledgeable about cost/services. I especially appreciated Kesha. She took time to explain my current conditions, suggested treatments and cost effective solutions based on my […]
Keisha T.
Melissa and Shareece were very helpful and informative. They both made me feel welcomed while empowering me with methods on how to properly maintain my proper dental care.
Candice A.
Very prompt professional service
Kimberly H.
John is by far the best hygienist I’ve ever had. He make me feel comfortable, he’s super smart and details everything he’s doing so I’m never in the dark about what’s going on, and I’ll […]
Betty J.
We had a great experience. I like my dentist very much Dr Jewett is his name.
David W.
Straight forward staff and reliable
Nastassia L.
Thorough and kind staff
James M.
Like DR.D and her team!!
Tigest A.
Professional, on-time, friendly
William D.
From Kesha who is the treatment coordinator to Dr. Lisa, you will receive excellent attentive and very professional care. I have been with them for over 2yrs and have always been given the best care […]
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Fri. – 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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  • Thursday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Saturday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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