Our focus at Ruh dental is on prevention and part of this is instilling good habits into children about oral health from a very young age. This is achieved through making the experience a positive one from their very first visit. This helps us build trust, and build a relationship which will help maintain good oral health for a lifetime.
How much does dental treatment for kids cost?
We offer dentistry treatments for children in our London and Manchester dental clinics. All of our treatment plans are designed for you, for affordable private dental care.
0% Interest Free Finance. We offer interest free finance on treatments for up to 48 months. Ask our team for more information.
How does dentistry for kids work?
Dental decay in children is very common and recent surveys have shown that one in four children have some element tooth decay ¹. This can pose many problems such as pain, difficulty sleeping, days missed at school and missed days of work for parents.
Whilst treating the decay is part of the solution, our goal is to educate and inform all of our patients to help prevent tooth decay and maintain good oral health. Education about dietary habits, nutrition and fluoride advice are a key part of this process.
If you are experiencing of the symptoms below, you may need to see a dentist or orthodontist to see if we can help correct the position of the teeth and / or prevent things from getting worse.
Dark or discoloured teeth
Teeth can appear dark or discoloured for a number of reasons, this can be due to staining, decay or if they have been knocked / traumatised.
What to do – Initially the best thing to do is clean them and see if the stain is removable with regular brushing. If the tooth is painful, it will need to be assessed by one of out dentists.
Wobbly baby teeth are quite normal during childhood and is a part of the process the adult teeth coming through. Whilst this is quite normal, if adult teeth are wobbly, this needs to be assessed by a dentist.
What to do – Do not worry, the teeth will fall out in good time, i it is adult teeth that are wobbly it would be best to attend and see the dentist as this is not normal in childhood. If you are not sure just book an appointment with a dentist to have it checked
Facial swellings which have come about over a short period of time are usually a sign of an infection which can occur for a variety of reasons. If the swelling is present around the gums of painful teeth, this is usually because of a dental infection which needs to be assessed by a dentist.
What to do – Attend to see a dentist as soon as possible, as the infection can spread which can make a child very unwell
Teeth can erupt in a variety of positions which can result in the teeth appearing crooked. Whilst this can correct itself normally early orthodontic treatment can prevent them getting worse and needing extensive orthodontic treatment later.
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