Welcome to your Pit & Fissure Exam.

The primary purpose of dental sealants is:
The primary benefit of a filled sealant when compared to an unfiled is:
What patient safety precautions should be considered when placing sealants?
Once placed, sealants must be cured for a minimum of:
Why are certain teeth more susceptible to caries formation?
Who can legally perform Pit and Fissure Sealants on patients?
Etch each tooth for a minimum of:
Sealants are recommended for:
The part of the tooth that is covered with enamel is:
It is important that sealant products are not stored:
A dental sealant is only effective if:
Products are generally stored at:
The syringe tip and/or brush is gently moved to stir the sealant materialduring placement to:
After placement of sealants, it is important to:
If the tooth is properly etched, the enamel will appear:
What is the primary reason for sealant failure?
If saliva does come into contact with the tooth surface:
Personal Protective Equipment consists of:
Fulcrum helps to establish stability when supporting the: