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Our Liverpool Dentist can help take good care of your oral health

Tooth loss can be used as a major predictor to somebody's life expectancy, according to new research. 

The research, published in the Periodontology 20001, found that the number of teeth we lose can be a key indicator to our quality of life and that those who have a full set of teeth when they are 74 are significantly more likely to reach 100 years old2.  So it is very important to take care of our teeth and our Liverpool Dentist can help you with this through regular checkups  and identifying problems early if there are any.

Four in 10 children not going to dentist, NHS figures show

More than 40% of children in England did not see a dentist last year, NHS statistics show - a figure the British Dental Association says is embarrassing.

The BDA said regular dental check-ups were the key to preventing tooth decay in children and urged the government to invest in educating the public.

Tooth decay remains the most common reason young children go to hospital.

Guidelines recommend children see a dentist at least once a year.

A trip to your Liverpool Dentist can help reduce wrinkles

There is more than just your dental health at stake if you avoid the dreaded dentist’s chair – it could give you wrinkles too.

Not getting regular check-ups can lead to the aging process speeding up and more wrinkles around the eyes.

It’s all to do with the bones in the jaw and cheeks.  Dermatologist Debbie Palmer told Women’s Health: “Dental health and bone density are important for the prevention of perioral wrinkles.

“If you have poor dental health, it can cause a loss of bone density in the jaw and cheeks.

Scary Halloween advice from your Liverpool Dentist

Armfuls of confectionery are a delicious, sugary reward for dressing up as devils and witches to scare the wits out of the neighbours.

But trick-or-treating will become a "Halloween horror" for children unless parents take steps to protect their teeth, warn dentists.

The Royal College of Surgeons has issued tips to ensure rotten smiles are just for Halloween.

Prof Nigel Hunt said: "We don't want to spoil the fun."

Sugar Free September at our Liverpool Dentist

Patients are being urged to ditch the sweet stuff for 30 days as part of Denplan’s latest campaign: Sugar-Free September.

Dental professionals and patients alike can find out more at the official website. The website offers information on hidden sugars, reveals the health risks of too much sugar consumption, provides tips on how to cut back on sugar and explains the importance of regular dentist visits and a better oral health regime.

A consumer poll run by Denplan and Yougov in early 2016 revealed that:

Good oral health for children at our Liverpool Dentist

Following the unveiling of the Childhood Obesity Strategy today leading oral health charity, the Oral Health Foundation, have described it as an absolute disaster which will lead to another lost generation of children experiencing entirely unnecessary oral health problems.  Our Dentist in Liverpool can help you take good care of your child's oral health with regular checkups and good oral hygiene advice.  If you are concerned about your child's oral health, please contact

Looking after your smile at our Liverpool Dentist

The global spectacle that is the Olympic Games starts in Rio de Janeiro this week, with the world's elite athletes descending on Brazil to showcase amazing feats of strength, endurance and speed but one thing they may not be showcasing is spectacular oral health.

A report by a team of dental researchers  has found that sports people are at a significantly higher risk of tooth erosion than non-athletes.

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