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Children’s Dentistry

Keep your children’s teeth beautiful, healthy and free from cavities with our family-friendly children’s dental services

Our team at Cotteswold House Dental Care is here to provide all the advice and support you need to keep your children’s mouths healthy.

Whether you want to know more about brushing, which products to use or when they should come for their first dental appointment, our team is here to answer your questions.

Your child’s first dental appointment

We recommend that your child comes for their first dental appointment when their first milk teeth come through. This will help to reduce stress and make future appointments much easier.

Our team will make sure that your child’s first appointment is pleasant and fun whilst we check their teeth, gums and tongue for signs of dental decay or gum disease. Together we can teach your family about how to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

Dental treatments for Children

We take great pride in seeing our young patients grow up with beautiful, healthy teeth. The treatments we provide for children include:

  • Regular check-ups
  • Orthodontics
  • Teeth cleaning
  • Fillings
  • Treatment for damaged and broken teeth

Benefits of Children’s Dentistry at Cotteswold House Dental Care

  • Detect and treat problems early
  • Teach your kids great oral hygiene
  • Ensure healthy development of the teeth and mouth
  • Feel less stressed and happier about visiting the dentist

Book a free consultation

We pride ourselves on offering an outstanding dental service that makes a real difference to people’s lives. There’s a reason why our clients call us the best dental practice in Gloucester.

Ross - Invisalign

 

Guy - Implants

 

Ben - Invisalign & Whitening

 

Guy - Dentures

 

Cynthia - Long standing patient

 

Sally - Crowns

 

FAQs

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How should I clean my toddler’s teeth?
For young children, look for a toothbrush with small bristles and a small head. You can find a wide selection of specially designed infant and toddler toothbrushes and toothpaste at most shops. Brush at least once per day at bedtime.
What should I do if my child gets toothache?
Toothache is bad enough for adults, let alone children. Help them feel better by giving paracetamol for the pain, rinsing their mouth out with warm salt water and applying a cold compress if their face becomes swollen. Then phone us for help.
What should I do if my child knocks out a permanent tooth?
Stay calm. Find the tooth and hold it by the crown. Pop it back into the socket and hold it there with a washcloth. If you can’t do this, place the tooth in a container of milk and go immediately to your dentist.
What causes tooth decay?
Tooth decay is formed from the dental plaque that constantly forms on everyone’s teeth. This is a thin, colourless type of bacteria that is ‘fed’ by the sugars in your food. These attack your tooth enamel and can cause tooth decay.
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