On site Hygienist at our Liverpool Dentist

Even if you maintain a regular oral hygiene routine with brushing and flossing, potential problems can still arise that only a professional can spot.

At our Liverpool Dental Practice we have an expert team will not only give you a thorough and complete oral examination but will also screen you for oral cancer as standard. We recommend that our patients should come for a thorough examination every 3 to 6 months. Regular appointments ensure that any problems that may arise are treated as early as possible to avoid any unnecessary future discomfort. Our expert team consists of three highly skilled dental hygienists.

Ban on smoking in cars ‘significant step’ for children’s oral health

From Thursday [1 October 2015], smoking in vehicles with anyone under the age of 18 will become illegal in England and Wales - a move which will have a profound effect on children's oral health - according to the UK's leading dental charity.
 
The British Dental Health Foundation has previously highlighted how passive smoking puts children at higher risk1from tooth decay and problems with their oral health development.
The charity believes this move will have a hugely positive effect in protecting children and young people to the extreme dangers of inhaling second hand smoke.
 

A straight smile with Invisalign at our Private Liverpool Dentist

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.

Top tips to keep your teeth healthy

National statistics show that British children are getting most of their sugar from soft drinks and fruit juices, causing huge damage to their teeth.
 
A new report from Public Health England (PHE)1 shows children between the ages of 4-18 are getting a whopping 30 per cent of their sugar intake from sugary drinks, something which leading dental health charity the British Dental Health Foundation believes is putting their dental health in serious jeopardy.
 
Other sweet treats appearing on the list includes chocolate, breakfast cereals, biscuits and ice cream but it is the current trend towards sugary drinks which is particularly worrying for the charity.

Private Dentist Liverpool does its bit for charity

We thought it would be a great idea to put our baking talents on show in aid of Red Nose Day and a for a week our dental practice became a bakery.

Dentists, receptions, hygienists all became bakers for the week.  We have now received our certificate confirming we have raised £524.00.  Well done to everyone who took part, it's always great to give back to our charities.

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