Location 33 Abbey Parade, Wimbledon, London SW19 1DG

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Children Dentistry in Wimbledon

Our top concern is to look after your child’s dental health!

It is said that education begins at home and if parents teach their kids how to brush teeth properly from an early age, they can enjoy the benefits later in life. At Wimbledon Dentist, our children’s dentist takes care of the needs of kids. We understand how anxious it can be for any child to visit a dentist and we do everything possible to make the experience comfortable and pleasant. Keeping this in mind, their journey from waiting room to the surgery is caring and friendly.

Our specialist team of dentists knows the importance of good dental hygiene and uses the latest equipment to treat all kinds of oral imperfections. We work with the practitioner and orthodontist who address dental care needs of your child at every stage of their development.

Want to take care of the oral care needs of
your little ones?

with our dental practitioner and avail
necessary treatment!

Frequently asked questions on children’s dentistry

When should you schedule first dental visit of your child?

It is advised to fix the first appointment to the dentist as soon as your child develops the first tooth. Children should be seen within six months after their first tooth erupts or an age of one year, depending on whichever occurs first.

What happens during the first visit to the dentist?

The first visit to the dentist is usually short. In most situations, our dental practitioners focus in knowing your child and providing basicinformation about dental care such as thorough examination and mouth cleanings. The dentist will assess your child's teeth for good oral health and look for any probable issues with the jaw and gums. We will answer your questions on how to take care of your child's teeth as they develop and provide some great tips in preventing dental complications.

How can you prepare your child for the first appointment with the dentist?

You need to have a positive attitude about visiting the dentist with your child. It is the nature of children to pick up adults apprehensions and with positive mindset about the dental visit, you can make your child feel happy about the new experience. It is important to let your kid know about the importance of keeping their teeth and gums strong and healthy.

How often should you take your child to the dentist?

We usually suggest you to schedule dental checkups in every six months. However, we might recommend more visits, depending on the condition of your child’s dental health.

our dentists anytime you need assistance for your
child’s oral care!

Contact Us
Wimbledon Dentist
020 8889 9326

33 Abbey parade, Wimbledon,
London Sw19 1DG