Dentist Liverpool

A glass of water can help tackle morning breath

New research suggests that a drinking a glass of water first thing in the morning is an effective way of reducing morning breath.

The research published in the International Journal of Dental Hygiene has shown that drinking or rinsing the mouth with a glass of water helped remove up to 60 per cent of the substances which contribute to bad breath.

Bad breath is a very common problem and there are many different causes; persistent bad breath is usually caused by the smelly gases released by the bacteria that coat your teeth, gums and tongue.

Register with our NHS Dentist Liverpool today

Patients are still facing problems finding an NHS dentist in England, research suggests.  However, our NHS Dentist Liverpool is still registering new NHS patients and most of our patients are seen within a week. We deal with emergency cases within 24 hours if you are registered with our NHS Dentist Liverpool.

Access to dentistry within the NHS has been a long-running problem.

To help patients navigate their way round the system, NHS Choices now provides details of which dentists accept new NHS patients.

Public Health England special school report is a wake up call

In light of the review published yesterday [24th September 2015] by Public Health England (PHE), which found that children in special schools have more severe tooth decay compared to children in mainstream schools, leading health charity the British Dental Health Foundation believes more needs to be done by everyone to provide adequate oral health support to vulnerable children.

Custom made mouth guards are essential in contact sport

Kids could face trying times for their dental health by not wearing mouth guards when playing rugby, says leading dental health charity.

The Rugby World Cup kicks off later this week and the British Dental Health Foundation has taken a look at our kids on-field habits - finding that only a third1 of our children are wearing mouth guards while playing rugby at school.

Sunshine helps healthier gums

With the year just starting to really hot up there could be yet another reason to smile this summer with research showing getting some sun could be beneficial to gum health.

Research published in the journal of Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology has reinforced previous studies1 in the connection between a lack of sunlight and gum disease.

New Surgery is almost complete

Our new surgery at our Liverpool Dentist is almost complete and we are very proud of our progress to date.

We are currently registering new NHS patients and our expansion will help us see more patients on a daily basis.

At our Liverpool Dentist we understand that it may be difficult to pay for your treatments on the day.  Therefore, we offer a number of monthly schemes to help cover the cost of your dental treatment.

NHS Dentist charges from 1 April 2015

NHS Dentist Charges have changed with effect from 1 April 2015.

The charge you pay depends on the treatment you need to keep your mouth, gums and teeth healthy. At our Liverpool Dental practice, you will only ever be asked to pay one charge for each complete course of treatment, even if you need to visit your dentist more than once to finish it – either, Band1, Band 2 or Band 3.

Liverpool Dentist encourages good oral hygiene from a young age

Our experienced dental staff will recommend the appropriate treatments to give you a healthy, whiter, perfect smile. These treatments may vary from simply changing discoloured fillings for white fillings, to veneers or a quick and simple visit to the hygienist to complete your perfect smile.
 
We pride ourselves on our professionalism and the quality of our work.  We believe that healthy teeth improve your general sense of well being.

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