Even though Covid-19 restrictions are being lifted from Monday 19th July we are still requiring our patients to wear their masks whilst in our practice.
The safety of our patients and staff is very important to us and we want to continue to keep everyone safe. We thank you for your understanding and your continued support.
Read our Covid-19 statement here: Covid-19 Information.

Children

When should my child have their first dental check-up?
The advice from Public Health England is that your child should see a dentist from six months because that’s when first teeth usually come through. By the age of one, most of your baby’s front teeth should be present.

What will happen during my child’s dental appointment?

At Mark Fellers Dental Practice we believe the key to lifelong good oral health starts with proper education, at an early age, on how to look after your own teeth and recognise any signs of declining oral health.
We want your child to feel comfortable and happy at their appointment. We will make their appointment fun.
We check their teeth by counting how many they have. We look out for any decay they may have and also check for how the teeth are aligned. We also check your child’s cheeks and tongue (soft tissues) to make sure they are healthy too.
We give diet advice and also talk about tooth brushing techniques.

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