Extra precautionary measures against COVID-19 at Happy Kids Dental

UPDATE 02/04/20: Due to COVID-19 global outbreak we have now reduced our services. Our phone lines will remain open for your questions and concerns. If you have a dental emergency during our closing, please call our practice at 020 7078 0822 between 10 am and 4 pm Monday to Friday and we will respond as quickly as possible. You can also email us and we will be more than happy Read More…

Braces Open Days

Schedule a free braces consultation at Happy Kids Dental March is an Orthodontic Awareness Day at Happy Kids Dental, we offer free braces consultations to children and their parents. Meet our specialist orthodontists Dr. Stephanie Oiknine (Marylebone) and Dr. Steffen Decker (Chelsea). Get all the answers you might have about jaw development, alignment of the teeth and best times to start the treatment for children or adults. On the day Read More…

Bored of the bribes?

A new way to get your kids to brush their teeth Do you struggle to get your kids to brush their teeth properly? If so, you’re not alone – but with tooth decay on the rise, and sugar saturating our diets more than ever before, oral health is simply not negotiable when it comes to kids. So, if your family needs to change things up in the dental department, look Read More…

How to Avoid Dental Emergencies

Could the 21st century spell the end of the dental emergency for kids? With a great paediatric dentist that gets kids on board from the get-go, dental emergencies should be a thing of the past When it comes to your children’s health, a severe toothache – or worse, a dental injury – ranks pretty highly on the list of things you’d like them to avoid. Dental emergencies can be stressful Read More…

They’re Sweet Enough Without It!

For the sake of your children’s teeth, here’s how to limit their sugar intake You shop organic at Ocado, you diligently make five-a-day a reality in your household, and your kids snack on dried fruit, cereal bars and vitamin-rich juices. But did you know that choosing ‘healthy’ options for your kids can dramatically increase their sugar intake? Phrases like ‘natural’ and ‘no added sugar’ aren’t always as clear-cut as they Read More…

What We’re Learning From Generation Z

Our kids have lots to teach us about our approach to their dental care – they just don’t know it! Move over, Millennials, because Generation Z is coming of age – and they’re already influencing how organisations operate, from retail through to education and healthcare. Unlike any other group before them, Generation Z, born around 1998 onwards, have never known life without smartphones and social media. Their connectedness has given Read More…

Breaking the habits of a lifetime

As parents we all want to pass our good habits on to our children…. But when it comes to oral health, many of us have missed the memo that things have moved on since our own childhoods. Here we set the record straight about the dentistry dos and don’ts for the kids of today. Myth 1: Flossing is for grown-ups Not true! While in the UK many of us aren’t Read More…

Help! My child needs a filling!

Some children are simply more prone to tooth decay than others – here’s what you can do about it. The problem of tooth decay in children isn’t always as clear-cut as we’d like to think. Many parents follow the oral health rulebook to the letter, ensuring their child brushes properly twice a day, and limiting sugar in their diet – only to discover at the dentist that their child has Read More…

The Truth About Fluoride: Busting the Myths

Sarah Tukmachi, one of our specialist paediatric dentists, explores the real truth about fluoride. Fluoride is commonly found in toothpastes, mouth washes and dental gels. But what exactly is fluoride, why do dentists rave about it, and as a parent, should you have any concerns about fluoride? Our specialist paediatric dentist, Sarah Tukmachi, busts the common myths about fluoride. Myth 1: fluoride is not natural Fluoride is a mineral that Read More…

Why should we care about baby teeth?

Baby teeth fall out naturally – why should we care about them? If you’ve gone through weeks of looking after a grizzly, dribbly, teething baby, you’ll likely be celebrating when that first tooth finally makes an appearance! But, as a new parent, you’ll know by now that every hurdle you overcome with your baby opens the door to a fresh set of challenges – and those first teeth are no Read More…