Why choose Toothbeary for your teens oral hygiene?
If you’re looking for highly rated and experienced dental hygienists and therapists who are experts in oral hygiene for teenagers, then our award winning and state-of-the-art clinic in London can help.
Many teens can start to suffer from bad breath, stained teeth, tooth decay, gum disease and even tooth loss if they do not look after their teeth and gums properly. Practising good dental hygiene routines at home is extremely important for teenagers as it can help to prevent future dental problems later on in their adult life.
At Toothbeary we believe that regular oral hygiene appointments with our expert team are essential for maintaining a healthy and long lasting radiant smile. Our hygienists will be able to detect any dental issues at an early stage and then provide the necessary expertise and guidance so teenagers can understand how to care for their teeth.
During your hygiene appointment, you can expect a professional deep cleaning as well as instructions about how to maintain your oral health between checkups. We will also provide dietary advice and answer any questions or concerns you may have.
We ensure our prices are highly competitive compared to other specialist paediatric dentists in London.
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Dental hygienist and therapist – GDC No 258679
Our highly skilled prevention team at Toothbeary includes experienced hygienist Daisy Wigin.
Daisy qualified from King’s College Hospital, London in June 2015. She is upbeat, enthusiastic and has a positive outlook on life. She is passionate about providing holistic care and tailored treatment that is specific for each individual child.
“Outstanding services. From front desk, to dentist and nurses. I have been taking my kids for more than 10 years and I would not go anywhere else.”
Our unique approach to treating your child is designed around building trust and confidence through positive experiences so we can promote and reinforce good oral hygiene habits whilst instilling the need to care for their own teeth.