Will leaving the EU affect your Private Dental Care?

Next Thursday Britain goes to the polls to make one of the important political decisions in modern history. Whether or not to leave the European Union has dominated the news channels, papers and dinner table conversation for months with countless arguments, most sensible, some not so, being made on both sides of the campaign.

This is also true within the world of dentistry, a recent survey by the Dental Tribune1 found that more than 55 per cent of dentists intended voting for Britain to remain in the EU, while 44 per cent were in favour of a Brexit.

Our Private Dentist in Liverpool wants to beat mouth cancer

In 2011, there were 7,698 new cases in the UK, an increase of 50% since the turn of the century.  With more than 6,000 new cases in England alone, Scotland has the most cases per 100,000 people and almost double the number of men contracted the disease compared to women. It is one of the few cancer variations on the rise and claims more lives than cervical and testicular cancer combined, yet four out of five people still do not know any symptoms of the disease.

Get ready for National Smile Month

Leading health charity, the Oral Health Foundation, is delighted to announce the return of National Smile Month for 2016, this year the campaign promises to be bigger and better than ever as it marks its 40th birthday.

This year the UK's largest and longest running oral health campaign takes place between 16 May and 16 June and aims to increase awareness of important oral health issues and make a significant difference to the well-being of millions of people.

Taking care of our nervous patients

The brain responses of dental phobic patients to the sound of dental equipment differ greatly to those patients more relaxed about sitting in the dental chair. That’s according to a new study by researchers in Japan who scanned people's brains while playing them sounds of dental drills and suction instruments.

Emergency Dentist Liverpool

The Practice sets time aside for patients in acute pain on a daily basis. We understand that Patients prefer to see the Dentist they are registered with, whenever possible we will try our best to arrange this for you. However our objective is to get you out of pain, therefore if your dentist is not available it may be necessary to arrange an appointment with a colleague.

Out of hours

This is for emergencies only.

NHS Patients must call NHS direct on 08454647

Let's get those kids brushing!!

Almost four million under 14's in the UK are at risk of developing serious oral health problems due to inadequate tooth brushing supervision, according to a leading oral health charity.

Results of a new poll carried out by the British Dental Health Foundation found more than one in three (37 per cent) parents said they stopped supervising their children's tooth brushing before the age of seven.

Guidelines from the NHS advise parents to supervise their children while brushing their teeth up until at least the age of seven, this ensures they are doing it effectively and for the correct amount of time.

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