Dental sealants are typically associated with issues in young adults. The sealant is a plastic material that covers a tooth's chewing surface, and is commonly.
However, adults without decay or fillings in their molars can also benefit from Sealant is then painted onto the tooth enamel, where it bonds.
FIrst, let’s rephrase the question to: “why don’t dentists recommend placing sealants on the teeth of adults?”. Why don't European dentists recommend flossing? Can the dentist tell the difference between an avid cleaner and someone who brushes their teeth but only thoroughly.