Paediatric Dentistry

Paediatric dentistry is specifically focused dental treatments for children as young as six months old up to 13 years old, taking care of their oral health and teaching good dental habits for life. A dental clinic can often be a daunting experience for a child and here at Holford Partners Curaden we focus on starting your child's dental journey the right way.

Paediatric dentistry will ensure your child won't grow up with a fear of the dentist and ensure they use the right techniques, that will give them the best head start to maintain a healthy and long lasting smile.

Paediatric Dentistry

Paediatric Dentistry

Paediatric Dentistry

Paediatric Dentistry

Who offers this treatment?

The Best Paediatric Dentistry Services In London

At Holford Partners Curaden, we practice the latest and most effective preventive and therapeutic treatments for children.

Paediatric Dentistry

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Emergency Paediatric Dentistry

If your child is feeling discomfort in their teeth or gums, you should call a paediatric dentist at once. Early detection and treatment of problems will save your child needing long and expensive procedures.

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Paediatric Dentistry

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TOP-NOTCH FACILITY

We have the latest equipment and technology in checking and fixing children’s teeth, including panoral x-rays and 3D digital scanning.

EXPERT PRACTITIONERS

All of our dentists are top experts in their field and guarantee excellent service.

GUARANTEED TRUSTED

Holford Partners Curaden have provided treatment for different generations of the same families and children have grown up with us by their side, some of which now have their own children who are also patients at the clinic.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, once your child has turned 7 years old or older we recommend an orthodontic consultation to assess and diagnose if a functional appliance and perhaps braces at a later stage are suitable treatments for them. Orthodontic treatment is also dependant on your child developing the majority of their permanent teeth.

First of all, excellent and healthy oral care and cleaning habits should help prevent bacterial and plaque build-up and tooth decay. The habit must include visiting the dentist at least twice a year for check-ups and hygiene cleans.

Also, it would be best if you have your child wear a bespoke athletic mouthguard when doing physically demanding sports activities.

First of all, you have to become an excellent role model who regularly visits the dentist. When you can, bring your child along to see you on the dental chair getting serviced while looking comfortable and happy.

Make sure that you are serviced by a warm and friendly dentist who won’t hesitate to interact with your child from time to time. When your child sees you having fun, there will be no negative stigma anymore.

Also, find a pediatric dental clinic for your child. Such a clinic is designed to psychologically make your child feel safe and comfortable.

A child’s baby or milk teeth, also known as primary teeth, begin to loosen and fall out at about age 6. The teeth fall out to make room for permanent teeth.

However, the process can be delayed by as much as a year. Also, some people have conditions that make them keep their milk teeth until they are 14 years old or even adults.

A few baby teeth might never fall out, and adult teeth cannot replace them. Baby teeth that are never replaced are called retained teeth.

Retained teeth are typically harmless, but they can still cause some dental issues. For example, the retained tooth might be misaligned, and a patient may need orthodontic treatments.

Another problem it can cause is a gap that can be fixed by an implant.

If your child has lost a permanent tooth or has a natural gap, the treatment options will be discussed with you by the dentist. Once the jaw has stopped growing around 23 years old, then the planning for dental implants can take place.

It is recommended that you bring your child to the dentist at least six months after their first tooth erupts, which happens between 6 months to 1 year old. The key thing is to get your child used to regular visits to the dentist and develop a good habit for the rest of their life.

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