Children’s dental care

Our younger patients get the same level of care as anyone else, which means we take time to put them at their ease as we’re conscious of making their visits as pleasant as we possibly can. And the earlier we start this process the better.

From familiarisation visits where we get them used to the rooms and the equipment (why not tag this on to one of your own routine visits?), to oral hygiene instruction, general care and dietary advice. If treatment is then necessary at some point, they’re relaxed and confident and – of course – we have the latest technology at our fingertips.

The feedback we’ve got is that this is helping to avoid our children growing up with the age-old fear of the dentist.