Correct bulb for enclosed fitting

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    The enclosed ceiling fitting in my bathroom is rated 60W max. Is it safe to fit a 470 lumen LED bulb marked 5.5W? It sounds a no-brainer, but what about heat dissipation from the base of the bulb? Thanks
     
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