Pit & Fissue Sealants Delton
When you think of Pit & Fissure Sealants one name will come to mind: Delton. Delton has always been associated with quality, convenience, innovation and clinical excellence. Delton, the pioneer in the sealant market, has gone through numerous product evolutions to match the expanding need to perform this procedure quicker, more precisely and easier.
Delton offers a wide selection of Sealant products including: Self Cure, Light Cure, Direct Delivery System (DDS) and Delton delivered in a syringe.
Please take a look on the following pages to learn more about Delton and how it can make your life easier for you and the child that sits on your chair. You will find out there is a reason Delton is THE leading name in Sealants, trusted by dentists and families for over 20 years.
More Choices - More Innovations - More Convenience - That's Delton!
Delton Seal-N-Glo Illuminating Pit & Fissure Sealant
Delton - the most trusted name in Pit & Fissure Sealants now offers a product which eliminates the guess work involved with placing sealants and confirming placement during recall appointments.
Delton Seal-N-Glo Illuminating Pit & Fissure Sealant is a 38% filled, syringe delivered, opaque sealant with fluoride. Through the use of a UV pen light, Seal-N-Glo fluoresces a blue/white color. The fluorescent glow provides clinicians with a visual verification of the sealant margins at the time of placement and offers the easiest way to verify retention and inspect margins during patient recall appointments. Unlike other products on the market, Seal-N-Glo's fluorescent technology is valuable throughout the lifetime of the sealant.
FluroShield Sealant reduces the chance of microleakage, because its patented adhesion promoter creates a combined chemical and mechanical bond to etched enamel when light-cured. Low water sorption increases resistance to washout. You get a bond so strong, it's greater than the fracture strength of enamel. FluroShield Sealants are available in your choice of opaque white or tooth-colored to minimize visibility on the tooth surface.