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Children's Fillings & Fissure Sealants
Prevention of decay using fissure sealants for deep fissures
Treatment of dental decay
Pain free injections when required using The Wand
White restorations (fillings)
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How long will it take?

30 mins

Will I need anaesthetic?


How Many Treatments Will I Need?
How many treatments will I need?


What Are Your Fees?
What are your fees?

Fissure Sealants from £35 per tooth
Children’s Fillings from £60

We will always work hard to ensure decay does not start; fissure sealants are part of our toolkit to prevent plaque and food build-up in areas where decay is a big risk.

When decay has already taken hold, we need to remove it to prevent pain and infection. Our techniques, materials and skills allow us to provide your child with comfortable, aesthetic and functional white restorations so that by the end of treatment their teeth will be as good as new.

Dental decay is one of the most common dental problems that we see, but caught early can be a straightforward problem to solve. When caries is detected it needs to be restored to make sure that the decay does not spread, causing irreversible damage and shortening the lifespan of that tooth.

Using comprehensive methods and modern materials, we aim to restore your childs tooth back to full function, aesthetics and stability in a comfortable and pain free manner.

The Wand is a wonderful tool in providing a pain free method of anaesthesia if required.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a fissure sealant?

The fissures of our teeth are the deep bits on the biting surface. When particularly deep or when we are at higher risk of decay we can flow a fissure sealant in to make them easier to clean. These are made from a flowable white filling material.


My child eats good food so why are they still getting decay?

Any source of food can cause decay if they are eating too frequently. Acid attacks caused from eating or drinking cause decay, so snacking must be limited. We recommend aiming for 5 meals a day, breakfast, lunch dinner and 2 snacks, all spread equally throughout the day.

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