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Children's Dentist Milton Keynes

Your children’s health and well-being are of paramount importance, and that includes their dental health. As your local children’s dentist in Milton Keynes, Woburn Sands Dental Practice provides a range of dental treatments and services to meet the unique needs of your child.

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The Importance Of Regular Dental Check-ups For Children

Regular Check-ups Prevents Cavities And Tooth Decay

Combining a proper oral hygiene routine and a regular dental checkup can help you detect tooth decay early and prevent it from worsening. Identifying dental problems early also reduces and can eliminate the risk of cavities developing.

Regular Check-ups Prevent Malocclusion

Malocclusion means misalignment of the teeth. Baby teeth serve as the foundation for permanent teeth, ensuring that the spacing and position are correct. Your child’s oral health may lead to alignment problems if you ignore it since the permanent teeth will not have enough space to grow. Early detection, however, will ensure that the paediatric dentist can prevent malocclusion and correct the teeth’s improper position.

What To Expect From Your Child’s First Dentist Appointment

On the day of your child’s first dentist appointment, the dentist will review all of your child’s medical information and take a look at their teeth. They may also use a little device that looks like a flashlight to look for signs of tooth decay or other problems. If there are no issues, the dentist will do an oral exam and then clean your child’s teeth. 🦷



What To Do If Your Child Is Nervous About Going To The Dentist

The first time a child goes to the dentist or even the first few times – it is completely normal for them to be frightened. It is important to discuss with your child the importance of taking care of their teeth, the roles that teeth and gums play in our smile, and how going to the dentist can help you with problems such as plaque and tartar.

Since children have such active imaginations, it might not be a good idea to announce in advance that they are visiting the dentist, since they can start making up scary scenarios before the big day arrives. For instance, at any time before your first appointment with a dentist or at any point, talk about it a bit with your loved ones and friends. Explain to them what will happen using terms that they understand, answer their questions and stay away from phrases like painful procedures and getting extractions.

Tips For Keeping Your Child’s Teeth Healthy

It is never too early to start teaching children the importance of maintaining good oral hygiene habits. One of the best things you can do for your child is to teach them how to properly brush their teeth, and then help them with this daily task until they have mastered it. You should also make sure they are drinking plenty of water throughout the day to keep their mouth moist and reduce tooth decay.

Why Woburn Sands Dental Practice Is The Best Choice For Your Child

At Woburn Sands Dental Practice, we are committed to providing our patients with the highest standard of quality care. We pride ourselves on our state-of-the-art equipment and experienced dentists, so you can be assured that your child will receive the best treatment possible. We offer a range of treatments to keep your child’s teeth healthy. Contact us today to find out more or to book an appointment!



Children’s Dental Care FAQs

Getting kids to brush twice a day with fluoride toothpaste and floss regularly is the best way to develop good oral habits. Regular fluoride use toughens enamel and makes it more difficult for acid to penetrate. There are some foods you should limit or avoid.

We recommend that you schedule dental cleanings and check-ups every six months for your child.

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