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St. George’s Dental Practice 9 Upper Bridge St. Canterbury Kent CT1 2NA Call us on 01227 450300 Email: stgeorgesdp@yahoo.co.uk
Opening Hours Monday 9am to 6pm Tuesday 9am to 6pm Wednesday 9am to 6pm Thursday 9am to 6pm Friday 9am to 6pm Saturday 9am to 4pm
Childrens Dentistry Has your child had a dental examination recently? We are keen supporters of the NHS Policy of DCBy1. This is the Dental Check by One which is endorsed by the British Society for Paediatric Dentistry. The aim of Dental Check by One is to get parents and carers seeing a dentist and getting good advice on keeping baby’s teeth healthy. Our team will advise you on tooth brushing and weaning advice. Our aim is that your baby or toddler gets into good habits from an early age, whether starting to brush their teeth or eating and drinking the right things. Not every child of that age will be at their most cooperative when they visit the dentist but the main aim of the visit is to educate parents and carers so that any future dental problems can be avoided. Since the initiative was launched in 2017 it has been very popular and the number of children in the 0-5 year old range attending the dentist in England has increased. The visit is also free of charge on the NHS. Please find attached useful advice booklets from the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry called “A Practical Guide to Children’s Teeth” and “Dental Advice for Parents of Children with Autism”.

Call us now on

01227 450300

St. George’s Dental Practice 9 Upper Bridge St. Canterbury Kent CT1 2NA Email: stgeorgesdp@yahoo.co.uk
Childrens Dentistry Has your child had a dental examination recently? We are keen supporters of the NHS Policy of DCBy1. This is the Dental Check by One which is endorsed by the British Society for Paediatric Dentistry. The aim of Dental Check by One is to get parents and carers seeing a dentist and getting good advice on keeping baby’s teeth healthy. Our team will advise you on tooth brushing and weaning advice. Our aim is that your baby or toddler gets into good habits from an early age, whether starting to brush their teeth or eating and drinking the right things. Not every child of that age will be at their most cooperative when they visit the dentist but the main aim of the visit is to educate parents and carers so that any future dental problems can be avoided. Since the initiative was launched in 2017 it has been very popular and the number of children in the 0-5 year old range attending the dentist in England has increased. The visit is also free of charge on the NHS. Please find attached useful advice booklets from the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry called a “Practical Guide to Children’s Teeth” and “Dental Advice for Parents of Children with Autism”.
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