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Are you concerned about your little chompers being vulnerable to cavities and tooth decay? We’ve got your back, and your child’s teeth, with this revolutionary dental solution – Fissure Sealant.

What Are Fissure Sealants and Why Do They Matter?

Imagine your child’s teeth as a fortress, protecting their bright future. However, these tiny fortresses have hidden nooks and crannies, where food particles and bacteria love to hide. Our fissure sealants act as protective shields, preventing the infiltration of these tooth foes. Applied painlessly in a quick session, these thin, plastic coatings fill in the crevices, creating a smooth surface that’s unfriendly to cavities.

Why Should You Opt for Fissure Sealants?

Preventative Power: Fissure sealants are the ultimate superhero in your child’s oral health journey. By proactively sealing vulnerable spots, we’re locking out cavities before they even get a chance to knock.

Painless Protection: Worried about your child’s comfort during the procedure? Worry no more! Our skilled dental team ensures that the application is gentle and pain-free, leaving your child with a positive experience.

School’s Out, Teeth’s In: With school doors closed for the mid-break, now is the perfect time to prioritize your child’s dental health. A single session can set your child on the path to a school break brimming with cavity-free adventures.

Invest in Tomorrow: By opting for fissure sealants today, you’re making an investment in your child’s future oral health. Avoiding potential cavities now means fewer dental visits and potential discomfort later.

How to Get Started with Fissure Sealants?

Taking the first step towards a cavity-free school-break is easy! Simply reach out to Astradental Service Limited and book an appointment. Our friendly team of experts is ready to guide you through the process, ensuring your child’s comfort and confidence throughout.

As parents, we understand that your child’s health is your top priority. Let Astradental Service Limited be your partner in nurturing those precious smiles. With fissure sealants as your secret weapon, you’re giving your child the gift of a lifetime – a healthy, confident grin that lights up every room they enter.

Remember, cavities are out, and carefree smiles are in!

Let’s make this school-break one to remember – one confident smile at a time.

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Why is it so important?

Dental health is an important aspect of overall health and well-being, especially for children and teenagers. Proper oral hygiene and regular dental check-ups can help prevent a wide range of dental problems, from cavities and gum disease to tooth loss and jaw problems.

What can Parents do?

One of the most important things parents can do to promote good dental health in their children is to teach them the basics of proper oral hygiene, such as brushing and flossing. Children should be taught to brush their teeth twice a day, using a fluoride toothpaste, and to floss daily. Parents should also supervise children’s brushing and flossing until they are able to do it on their own.

Healthy Diets…

Another key aspect of dental health for children and teenagers is a healthy diet. A diet that is high in sugar and processed foods can lead to cavities and other dental problems. Parents should encourage their children to eat a balanced diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, and other nutrient-dense foods.

Regular Dental Checkups…

Regular dental check-ups are also essential for maintaining good dental health. Children should see a dentist at least once a year, and more often if they have any dental problems or are at high risk of developing them. During these check-ups, the dentist will examine the child’s teeth, gums, and jaw, and will clean the teeth as needed. They may also apply fluoride treatments or sealants to protect the child’s teeth from decay.

Do not forget about special needs too…

In addition to these basic preventive measures, parents should also be aware of any special needs their child may have. Children with certain medical conditions, such as diabetes or a weakened immune system, may be at higher risk for dental problems and may need extra care and attention.

In conclusion, dental health is an important aspect of overall health and well-being, especially for children and teenagers. Proper oral hygiene, a healthy diet, and regular dental check-ups are all key to maintaining good dental health. Parents can help promote good dental health in their children by teaching them the basics of proper oral hygiene, encouraging a healthy diet, and scheduling regular dental check-ups.

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Endemic fluorosis

Endemic fluorosis caused by the consumption of high-fluoride groundwater is a public health problem in Nakuru, in the Kenyan Rift Valley. The present study was carried out during the period January–February 2017 to determine the prevalence and severity of dental fluorosis among patients of two Nakuru healthcare facilities. The patients consisted of both young and old members of the Nakuru population served with groundwater containing high levels of fluoride ranging from 0.1 to 72 mg/l.

How common are discoloured or stained teeth?

While no one knows for sure how many of us suffer from stained teeth, it’s clear that how healthy and white our teeth are is something we care about. These days, we see a shiny smile as a sort of social status symbol, making whitening products and procedures pretty popular. Most of us (99%) consider our smile our most important social feature, according to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

A simple stroll down any drugstore oral care aisle reveals a wide assortment of whitening trays, strips, toothpastes and mouthwashes. Now more than ever, we are putting our money where our mouths are, spending more on both over-the-counter and professional whitening products and procedures every year. If you’re ready to whiten your smile, there are options for every budget — but it pays to know which are safe and effective — and which may do more harm than good.


Professional teeth whitening is much preferred over over the counter whitening products. Over the counter whitening systems often come in one size fits all, leading to uneven whitening. It can also lead to the bleaching agent getting on your gums and causing issues with sensitivity. Professional whitening helps to prevent that.

We offer both in-office and take-home whitening treatments. The in-office version is great for getting a whiter smile quickly, such as for an event. A bleaching agent is painted onto the teeth, with guards to prevent it from getting on the gums. A special light is used to activate the bleaching agent. In about an hour, you’ll have a smile up to eight shades whiter!

Take-home whitening is used to whiten your teeth gradually and for touchups after in-office whitening. We’ll take impressions of your teeth to create custom whitening trays. The bleaching agent is evenly spread in the trays and you wear them for a few hours every night. As the weeks go by, you’ll see your smile whitening to the shade you’re looking for.


For a more permanent whitening solution, as well as if you have stains resistant to traditional treatment, porcelain veneers are perfect. Usually from certain medications, you can get stubborn stains that resist traditional treatment. Porcelain veneers are made of a thin shell of dental ceramic that goes over the front and sides of your tooth. They can cover the entire tooth that’s stained.

Porcelain veneers are ideal because they’re durable and stain-resistant. They’re a permanent solution for stains on your teeth. They can be color-matched to the rest of your smile and are shaped and sized to blend in seamlessly. Veneers can be placed on a number of teeth or just certain ones that are impacted.


Dental bonding is an economically sound choice, as well as a solid alternative to porcelain veneers if you’re not ready for a permanent solution. The bonding material is a biocompatible resin. This resin can be molded and shaped to fit whatever tooth has discoloration. The resin can also be color-matched to the rest of your smile or made to be as white as you’d like.

Dental bonding can be done in a quick visit to your dentist. The surface of your tooth is prepared for the resin to adhere to. The resin is painted onto your tooth, shaped to your liking. Once you’re happy with the result, a special light is used to harden the resin. It’s polished so that it matches the natural sheen of the rest of your smile.


Are you ready to get a whiter smile? Call us or schedule an appointment online.

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