Snoring is a very common problem. But one that can be easily addressed.
Oral devices are acknowledged by experts to be one of the most effective treatments for snoring and sleep apnoea.
Somnowell have developed a truly comfortable and effective lifetime solution based on this proven treatment option. If you suffer from snoring, sleep apnoea, TMJ, or bruxism, the Somnowell range could be the answer and is available at our Dental Practice in Liverpool.
The Somnowell is the first oral device of its type made from chrome cobalt alloy, and is widely regarded as the Rolls Royce of oral devices.
If you want to straighten your smile but don’t feel comfortable having to wear unappealing metal braces, Invisalign at our Liverpool Dental Practice provides the perfect solution.
Your Invisalign treatment consists of a series of nearly invisible, removable aligners that you change every two weeks for the next set of aligners. Each aligner is individually manufactured for your teeth, and your teeth only. As you replace each aligner, your teeth will move – little by little, week by week – until they have straightened to the final position prescribed by your Dental Practice in Liverpool.
If you have teeth that that you would like to improve, Dental Veneers may be the right solution for you. A veneer is a thin layer of material placed over a tooth, either to improve the aesthetics of a tooth or to protect a damage to a tooth's surface.
Bad breath has often been considered one of the top health faux pas and now new research has suggested that doing away with halitosis can dramatically increase your happiness.
A new study, published in the International Journal of Dental Hygiene, looked at the impact of bad breath in relation to people's quality of life and found that, on average, people who suffered from bad breath were found to be twice as unhappy1 as those who didn't.
By questioning people on specific aspects of their day-to-day lives, the study uncovered those with bad breath had 500% more negative experiences than those with fresh breath.
Choosing a toothbrush is relatively simple: our cosmetic dentist in Liverpool recommends brushing with a small-headed soft-bristled brush, for two minutes, twice a day.
But how on earth do you decide between the 50-odd toothpastes on the supermarket shelves? Below is a list of the toothpastes available, but if you would like some guidance as to what is best for you, you can contact our Cosmetic Dentist in Liverpool who will be happy to discuss the best options for you.
Everybody has bacteria in their mouth which live on sugars in the diet.
Our team of highly qualified staff are here to help you with all your dental needs. Our expertise range from dealing with the most nervous of patients to providing teeth whitening in Liverpool. We can also help with Botox in Liverpool as well as a variety of cosmetic treatments.
To make you smile is our business
The Team at Aigburth Dental Practice are dedicated to treating all of our patients in a warm, friendly and caring manner, ensuring they can have a happy, healthy , confident Smile.
Giving our Patients the Best Possible Smile is our Priority.
It is important that tooth whitening is done by a team of professionals to get safe and effective results. It is against the law for non qualified people to administer tooth whitening as it can be dangerous to the patient.
With our special offer of just £149, including a free examination, there has never been a better time to take advantage of our professional tooth whitening service. Please contact our team of Cosmetic Dentist in Liverpool to make an appointment.
Teeth gradually discolour over time from everyday eating and drinking. This can dramatically affect your smile.
Undetected tooth infections could increase the risk of heart disease by almost three times, according to new research. So it is important to attend regular checkups at your Private Dental Practice in Liverpool so we can identify any potential problems early on.
The study, published in the Journal of Dental Research1, has found that people with untreated tooth infections are 2.7 times more likely to have cardiovascular problems, such as coronary artery disease, than patients who have had treatment of dental infections.