Do you know how to provide essential care for your child’s teeth?

Posted on Nov 28, 2014 in News
Do you know how to provide essential care for your child’s teeth?

You probably know that tooth decay in baby teeth can have a negative impact on the development of permanent teeth, but did you know that decay can easily be prevented following some simple steps?

Interviewed by My Baba, Dr. Moira Wong & Dr. Carmen Colomar together answered frequently asked questions about children’s dental issues, especially tooth decay, good and bad habits affecting children’s oral health.


The two doctors at Moira Wong Orthodontics offered some insights into how to provide essential care for your child’s teeth. Additionally, Dr. Wong explained the importance of having early interventional treatments in children.

You can read the full article here. We hope this will help you be better informed about your children’s dental well being.

If you still have questions or concerns that haven’t been answered in the article, don’t hesitate to contact our Communications Officer Kent Le for further information.

Moira Wong Orthodontics provides specialist paediatric dentist and children’s orthodontic services

If you have dental concerns, please make an appointment with us.
Dr. Moira Wong – Orthodontist

An exceptionally skilled orthodontist who simply loves to improve the smiles of adults and children.

Dr Moira Wong (GDC no: 67960, UK) developed an ambition to specialise in the field of orthodontics during her time as a dentistry student at the London Hospital Medical College. After graduating in 1994, she gained experience in all fields of dentistry prior to specialisation. This included working as part of the Pennstar trauma team at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr Wong’s career pathway began with a spell as a house officer in prosthetic dentistry at the Royal London Hospital, followed by senior house officer positions at the Bristol Dental Hospital. During this period she gained her fellowship in dental surgery and worked in the paediatric dentistry department, treating special needs children and addressing complicated developmental problems. She also worked with adults requiring the replacement of multiple teeth.

Returning to London to take up a position as a senior house officer in oral surgery, Dr Wong gained experience in dental and facial surgery. One of her busiest nights was helping with the suturing of patients following a national rail crash.

Dr Wong was then accepted onto the specialty training programme at Guy’s Hospital, where she spent a further three years gaining her master’s degree. She continued onto a consultant training programme at King’s College and St George’s Hospital, gaining her Fellowship in orthodontics. Currently less than 300 UK practitioners have this level of training, with just 5 to 10 people gaining the accreditation in an average year.

Today, Dr Wong has acquired an excellent reputation for her highly sophisticated work and approachable, communicative manner. Her ambition is to be recognised as nothing less than the best orthodontist in London.