The Hub Dental Practice

Healthy smiles for children and teens

Dental excellence you can rely on to protect young teeth and gums

Healthy smiles for children and teens

Dental excellence you can rely on to protect young teeth and gums

Dentistry for Children and Teens in
Milton Keynes

If you’re looking for a trusted and highly rated children’s dentist in Milton Keynes, the expert team at our family-friendly practice can help.

Getting children off to the best possible start is key in helping them to enjoy the benefits of a beautiful, healthy smile in adult life. Our dentists have great experience in working with younger patients and are able to provide high quality dentistry at great prices.

Children and teen dentistry at The Hub Milton Keynes

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Children’s dental examination costs

We always strive to deliver the highest standards of treatment and care at competitive prices. Our examination costs for children and teens are listed below.

Treatment Cost (from)
Full dental examination
Small digital bite-wing X-ray
Small digital peri-apical X-ray
One side large digital panoral X-ray
Large digital panoral X-ray

Book a £25 check-up for your child or teen

Meet our children’s dental team

We have a superb general dentistry team that love looking after young smiles. They are all experienced in treating children and teenagers and aim to make their time at the practice as positive as possible.

Dr Alison Gilmartin

GDC: 279130

Dr Aatiqa Khan

GDC: 255528

Dr Balal Khan one of our Milton Keynes cosmetic dentists

Dr Balal Khan

GDC: 295914

Dr Hugo Medd

GDC: 298959

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Dr Jaspal Nagra

GDC: 278618

Dr Solaiman Banuri

GDC: 291682

The benefits of children’s check-ups

A great foundation to build on

Preventing rather than treating dental problems is always the best approach, particularly when it comes to younger patients. Educating them on proper oral health from the beginning is essential in providing them with a strong basis for later life. Regular check-ups allow us to monitor progress and quickly deal with any issues at an early stage.

There are also now clear links between oral health and the rest of the body, so taking care of young teeth and gums is more important than ever.

Growing confidence in young adults

Teenagers have enough going on in their lives without feeling held back by the condition and appearance of their teeth.

We have a superb range of modern treatment options that are now better designed to fit in with the pressures of growing up. These include great solutions for straightening teeth such as discreet braces and clear aligners.

Children and teen’s dentistry FAQs

Ideally, your child should have their first visit to the dentist when they are between 12 and 15 months old or when their front teeth come through. This will allow the dentist to check that their teeth and surrounding soft tissues are developing properly.

The dentist will also be able to give preventative dental advice. Parents will have an opportunity to ask about topics such as nutrition, teething and any habits their child may have, such as using a dummy or sucking on their thumb.

As children begin to take their first steps, accidents and resulting dental trauma can be quite common. If your child is already familiar with going to the dentist, they may feel more at ease if an emergency dental appointment is required.

It is recommended that children visit the dentist every six months, due to the speed of their growth and their ever-changing diet and habits. Your dentist may adjust this frequency depending on your child’s individual oral health requirements.

The cleaning of children’s teeth should begin as soon as they start to come through. As well as brushing the teeth twice a day, gums should also be gently cleaned at the same time.

Yes, dental issues can begin at a very early stage – especially with the prevalence of refined sugars in modern diets.

Younger children’s teeth can also be vulnerable to decay due to bottles or breastfeeding. Your dentist will be able to check for this and advise on the best course of action.

It is important that only a non-fluoride toothpaste is used for children under the age of six months, as fluoride can be dangerous for developing kidneys. However, a fluoride toothpaste is safe to use after this point.

Fluoride plays a critical role in protecting your child’s teeth from decay. Your dentist will advise on the right amount of toothpaste to use.

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Send an enquiry

In most cases we will get back to you within 10-20 minutes. If you do not want to wait, please feel free to call us on 01908 690326. We generally answer straight away, seven days a week!