Parents worry about their kids' overall health and oral health more than their own. Understanding how your dental benefits cover preventive procedures can help start your children on a path to a lifetime of healthy smiles. When it comes to keeping kids' mouths healthy, routine oral health habits – such as brushing twice a day, flossing once a day, and visiting the dentist regularly – are a must. In addition to good home habits, a few in-office preventive dental procedures can also help keep kids' teeth in tip-top shape. While brushing and flossing remove plaque from the smooth surfaces of kids' teeth, it can be difficult to clean hard-to-reach spots, such as molars, or back teeth. Your child's dentist can apply sealants to help act as a barrier against plaque and acids in these vulnerable areas on the tooth's chewing surface. It's a simple, painless procedure that requires no anesthesia and can be painted on each tooth in just a few minutes. Sealants are most effective when applied to permanent teeth right after they come in. Kids' first permanent molars erupt around age 6 and the second permanent molars around age 12. Pre-molars are also prime candidates for sealants. Sealants are not always necessary for every kid, so be sure to check with your child's dentist.
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