Children's dentistry through the NHS
We work closely with the NHS to provide FREE routine dentistry to all our patients under 18.
Under our NHS Contract, we also offer routine examinations, fillings and extractions along with free preventive advice, to all our children & teenage patients.
Oral hygiene starts at an early age, your child's first dental appointment is an important step. We create a safe calm place for your child to experience the dentist clinic hopefully reducing any future fears. Tooth decay can happen at any age and with our oral health guidance and regular check-ups, we can ensure your child's teeth stay healthy from their baby teeth all the way to their adult teeth at 18 years old.
97% of parents would highly recommend us.
Our recent NHS Friends and Family Tests show that 97% our patients do recommend our services to friends and family. With the following 3% being very likely too if asked.
See a handful of our amazing testimonials below!
Looking After your children
When we first see a child at the Practice for an Examination we assess their immediate, short and long-term needs. If at this point they require any treatment, we have a dedicated member of the team, Sarah-Jane who is our Dental Therapist. A Dental Therapist is a member of the Dental team who provide routine dentistry for children and young adults under the instruction of a Dentist.
Sarah-Jane will work closely with you and your child by providing advice and guidance where necessary. This advice may consist of tooth brushing if required along with diet and health advice. Our friendly, supportive and caring nursing team will assist our therapist when your child needs a hand to hold!
Under our NHS Contract, we also offer routine examinations, fillings and extractions along with free preventive advice, to all our children. We also provide fissure sealants, a plastic coating which is painted onto the fissures (grooves) of the back teeth to form a protective layer which can stop bacteria causing decay.
If you would like to know more about our services for your child's NHS dental care then please contact us using the form below or on our contact page.