Healthy Teeth, Healthy Kids survey

Consultation has concluded


Tell us how we can help keep your children’s teeth healthy.

Did you know that by their first year of school, one in five children in Kingston will have decayed teeth? Kingston Council's Public Health Team and HealthWatch Kingston are working together to find out what more we can do to stop tooth decay in young children in the area, and we need your advice.

We’re asking parents what they know about how to keep their child’s teeth healthy, what advice they’ve been given in the past, and what extra help they think is needed in Kingston.




Tell us how we can help keep your children’s teeth healthy.

Did you know that by their first year of school, one in five children in Kingston will have decayed teeth? Kingston Council's Public Health Team and HealthWatch Kingston are working together to find out what more we can do to stop tooth decay in young children in the area, and we need your advice.

We’re asking parents what they know about how to keep their child’s teeth healthy, what advice they’ve been given in the past, and what extra help they think is needed in Kingston.



  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Healthy teeth, healthy kids

    This survey is being carried out by Kingston Public Health to help us understand how well young children and their families are being supported to look after their teeth. If you live in Kingston and have a child aged under 12, we’d like to hear about your views and experiences of dental health.

    The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. The results will help us improve our work to keep local children’s teeth healthy. 

    Your answers will remain confidential and the information you give will be stored safely. 


    This survey is being carried out by Kingston Public Health to help us understand how well young children and their families are being supported to look after their teeth. If you live in Kingston and have a child aged under 12, we’d like to hear about your views and experiences of dental health.

    The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. The results will help us improve our work to keep local children’s teeth healthy. 

    Your answers will remain confidential and the information you give will be stored safely. 


    Consultation has concluded