What is the range of shelf life of sealant materials

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8.What is the range of shelf-life of sealant materials?
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Laura Diaz9.What are two patient safety precautions to keep in mind when one is using sealants?
10.What determines the effectiveness of dental sealants?
Critical Thinking1.Carol Tyler is a single mom with limited financial means. Her young son, Phillip, has deep grooves and pits on his newly erupted first molar, and the dentist has recommended dental sealants. After the dentist leaves the room, Carol explains that sheis on a very tight budget and asks you why it is necessary to add sealants when the teethhave just erupted and there is no decay. What will you tell her?
Laura Diaz2.Emily Schmidt is a very lively 8-year-old child who does not sit still in the dental chair. About 6 months ago, when two dental sealants were placed, Emily was very uncooperative and difficult to manage. Now, on her 6-month recall, the dentist notes that one of the two sealants in gone. What do you think might have happened to make the sealant fail in such a short period?
3.Lorraine Yee and her friend Margaret Printz are talking about their children’s first dental visit to Dr. McBride’s office. Both children are 5 years old, and both of them saw Dr. McBride. Lorraine was advised to have dental sealants placed on her child’s teeth; however, Dr. McBride did not tell Margaret that her child needed sealants. Why would Dr. McBride recommend sealants for one child, but not for another?

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