Taking care of your teeth is important. So too, then, is finding the right dentist to support you. People both young and old have a range of different needs, so it’s worth finding a practice that can support you both now and later in life.
Of course, most of us utilise the public health services where possible, so this means finding NHS Dentist Liverpool services, rather than fully private clinics. If you’re registered under one of the three NHS bands, Azure Dental can help!
The NHS typically covers dental treatments across three different pricing bands. We’ve sorted our services likewise in order to help NHS patients better navigate the available treatments.
Our NHS Dentist Liverpool service can provide treatments across all 3 bands.
Of course, pricing isn’t the only thing that matters. We understand that it’s important to choose a clinic that covers every need, but also fits easily into your hectic life schedule.
In addition to providing a range of dental health services, ranging from hygiene to corrective procedures, we are also open 6 days a week. With a team of over 10 people, this means that there are always experts on hand to help with whatever dental services you may require. In other words, you get the benefit of a friendly team in one location, rather than having to navigate between different practitioners or clinics within Liverpool.
Alongside typical NHS dental treatments, we offer a full range of dental services for the Liverpool area. This includes:
If you’re interested in our NHS dentist Liverpool treatments, our clinic is based in Formby, which is easily accessible from across the wider Liverpool region.
However, we recommend booking an appointment and talking to us on the phone. We can be reached on 01704871743, so come speak to us for a consultation!
If you have any concerns or issues with regards to missing teeth, loose teeth or dentures
and are looking at the potential solution of dental implant treatment then please get in touch.
Implants are a very predictable treatment option. They have good long term success rates but require regular care and maintenance to ensure they remain healthy for as long as possible.
Implants are generally placed under local anaesthetic. Once numb treatment is carried out with the very minimum of discomfort.
No, your dentist will show you how to clean any hard to reach areas around the implant. But you’ll mostly clean them as you would your normal teeth.
Dental implants are designed to provide a long term solution to your gap(s). They require less frequent replacement than other solutions such as dentures or bridgework, making them an overall cost-effective solution to replace a missing tooth (teeth).
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