Children between 0-7 years have free dental exams if their parents are registered at our practice.
Patients aged 8-16 can take advantage of our £18-only check-up costs, which will examine the teeth and gums for signs of decay.
We’re the most affordable in the area.
We’re a new practice – but that does not mean to say we’re not highly experienced in our chosen fields of dentistry. We’re award-winning dentists bringing state-of-the-art dentistry to Buckinghamshire. Parents can become new patients for £120 – including two x-rays.
We are 4 miles from Wycombe High Street and offer free parking.
Children’s dental exams are essential to ensure the healthy development of teeth and gums.
Our comprehensive dental exams include a visual examination, a hygienist session, and X-rays.
During the exam, the dentist will check for cavities, gum disease, and other issues that may affect the child’s oral health now and in the future.
It will also be essential for us to guide proper brushing and flossing techniques to instil healthy oral habits early on.
Paediatric dental treatments
- Pain-Free Dentistry & Nervous Patient Techniques
- Oral Hygiene Therapy To Remove Stains And Prevent Gum Disease
- Early Teen Orthodontic Options Like Invisalign Teen
- White Fillings or Normal Fillings
- Dental Emergencies like Chipped and Cracked Teeth
- Restorative Dentistry For Decaying or Knocked Out Teeth
- Preventative Dentistry To Keep Gums & Teeth Health
Importance of children's dentistry
Babies and toddlers welcome
Regular dental exams can help prevent dental problems from arising and can also help catch problems early on when they are more accessible and less expensive to treat.
By establishing healthy dental habits early on, children can develop strong, healthy teeth that serve them throughout life.
It is recommended that children have their first dental exam when they’re one and then every six months after that.
Common children oral problems
Common oral problems in children include tooth decay, gum disease, and misaligned teeth.
Misaligned teeth are one of the most common issues in children, and, often without orthodontic treatment, they can cause speaking and eating problems, not to mention low self-confidence later in life as well as the development of gum disease.
Tooth decay is caused by bacteria, which, if left untreated, can wear away the enamel on teeth and create cavities. Cavities not filled with dental fillings can grow and grow – and if this happens, inlays, onlays, or crowns might be needed to protect the tooth.
Gum disease can also appear in young mouths due to plaque buildup on the teeth and gums, leading to inflammation and bleeding.
Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene can help prevent and manage these oral problems in children.
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25 Heath End Road, Flackwell, Heath,
High Wycombe, HP10 9DT
Does pain and toothache worry you? Let’s fix it before it gets to an uncontrollable stage.
At Chapel Dental, we specialise in treating anxious patients. We will undertake a compressive examination to spot and eliminate minor problems before they become big expensive problems.
Call us and book in today. But if you are not ready to come and see us, start a conversation with us on WhatsApp.