Your child’s well-being is our biggest concern and their oral hygiene is essential to their overall health.
Ideally, your child’s first dental visit is when their first tooth erupts at around six months, so we can establish an ongoing relationship with you and your child to deliver comprehensive care.
Regular dental visits are essential to maintain good oral health. In addition to cleaning their teeth and checking their mouth for signs of dental disease, we will ensure their teeth are growing and developing properly.
We will also administer or recommend specific procedures as they grow from infants into young adults. These treatments may include fluoride application, fissure sealants, orthodontics and wisdom teeth extraction.
Everyone should visit the dentist regularly to check for a range of oral health issues, allowing early intervention when required, which can help maintain a healthy smile.
Children who visit the dentist from an early age grow more confident and comfortable with the experience, helping to avoid any fears that can carry into adulthood. Our dentists are considerate and caring, with experience in paediatric dentistry ensuring your child is always comfortable in the dental chair.
Good oral hygiene, dental care and a proper diet can prevent cavities in children. In addition to monitoring for decay, we can spot early signs of misalignment in the jaw, such as overbites, underbites or crossbites and recommend a course of action.
The cost of dental care for children is always comparable or less than that for adults and start from as little as £6.81 per month. Furthermore, if you are a member of Denplan, your child may qualify for free dental exams until the age of 5.
To find out how we can help you, please call us today to book a consultation: 0121 550 6958.All Treatments
Due to the current Coronavirus outbreak, the practice is currently closed to all non-essential and routine treatments.
As this is an ever-changing situation, please follow us on Facebook for updates on when we hope to reopen.
This is a difficult time for everyone. We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause, but we need to look after our staff and patients alike, so appreciate everyone’s co-operation during this time. We urge everyone to stay at home, take care of each other, and we will see you on the other side.
For more information, please visit https://www.halesowendental.co.uk/practice-announcement-on-covid-19/
Please take care and thank you for your co-operation.