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How Liverpool Dental Spa can reduce denture discomfort

Monday, November 27th, 2017

Are you struggling with your dentures? Has your denture come loose is it starting to run against and irritate your gums? When you have dentures, they shouldn’t be painful or uncomfortable. We pride ourselves on providing high-quality dentures that offer a hassle-free, painless solution for missing teeth. If you’re having troubles, we are here to help!

How we can help you

If your dentures are uncomfortable or painful or you’re worried about them slipping or sliding or coming loose when you eat, we can help. We have extensive experience in making and fitting dentures and we also offer a comprehensive repairs service. It’s incredibly important that your dentures fit properly and if you’re having difficulties, this could be a sign that your denture doesn’t fit well enough. Your mouth changes shape on a continua basis and a denture won’t last forever. If you’re not comfortable, this may indicate that you need a new denture because your old denture no longer fits. You may also experience problems if the denture is damaged. In this case, we can weigh up the options of replacing or repairing the denture.

At Liverpool Dental Spa, we want you to be comfortable and confident. You don’t have to put up with painful dentures that aren’t doing the job they’re intended to do. We can replace old and misshapen dentures and provide you with new teeth that look the part and enable you to do everything you want to without any discomfort at all. Don’t suffer in silence! Call us now and we’ll have you smiling again in no time!

Five Tips To A Pain-Free Surgery

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

At Liverpool Dental Spa, we do everything we can to ensure our patients suffer from minimal pain and discomfort. If you need oral surgery, such as wisdom tooth extraction, for example, we can assure you that you’re in the best hands.

When you have surgery, our dental team will talk you through what’s going to happen and answer any questions. They will then make sure you don’t feel any pain during the procedure by providing you with a sedative or anaesthetic. After surgery, there are certain things you can do to try and prevent pain. Here are five tips to help reduce pain during and after surgery, and help you recover quickly:

  1. Avoid eating hot food: when you have surgery, your mouth will be numbed. If you eat hot food after your procedure, you may find that you risk burning your mouth. It’s best to avoid anything hot for around 24 hours. We also recommend sticking to soft foods that are easy to eat for the first couple of days.
  2. Keep your mouth clean: you may find it uncomfortable to brush around the affected tooth for a short period of time, but try and maintain your oral hygiene regime. It’s important to keep your mouth as clean as possible to reduce the risk of infections.
  3. Don’t attempt to dislodge a clot: if you’ve had a tooth extracted, a blood clot may form in the socket. Don’t try and dislodge this clot, as it can cause excessive bleeding. Clotting is part of the natural healing process.
  4. Take painkillers: you may experience pain after oral surgery. If you are in discomfort, you can take over the counter painkillers. If you have any questions or you need advice, simply give us a call.
  5. See your dentist if pain persists or gets worse: if you can’t shake off pain with tablets or you have pain that has suddenly got worse, call us, and we’ll do our best to make you feel comfortable as soon as possible.

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Winners for National UK Award

  • > 2009 Best Dental Team

Winners for North West Awards

  • > 2009 Best Dental Team
  • > 2008 Best Dental Practice

Finalists for North West Awards

  • > 2009 Best Practice
  • > 2008 Best Dental Team

Finalist & Highly Commended for

  • > 2007 Best Young Dentist Dr Marius McGovern