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Liverpool Road Dental Practice26 Liverpool Road StokeStoke-on-TrentStaffordshire, ST4 1ATTel: 0330 1239134
For those wishing to register with the practice please call on 0330 123 9134 and speak with a member of the team.
It is now possible to make an appointment on a private basis to see our Hygienist from £45.00 per session. This includes airflow treatment which is an aesthetic polishing treatment that works in minutes.
An expert explains how looking after your teeth from an early age can help prevent painful dental problems, such as abscesses, from developing.
An expert explains how too much sugar and bad oral hydiene can lead to tooth decay.
Read the article on how to clean your teeth on the NHS Choices website
Help and advice on mouthcare for those with cancer and undergoing cancer treatment.
'From brushing their first tooth to that first trip to the dentist, it's important to take care of your children’s teeth.' Read more from the NHS about looking after your children's teeth.
The British Dental Association pages offer advice and answer frequently asked questions concerning dental health in babies to teens.
That's the message from the NHS. Find out how a healthy lifestyle can be good for your teeth too on the NHS Choices website.
Find out how your diet can affect your dental health on the British Dental Health Foundaton website.
Here the BBC Health website explains about tooth decay and how different foods affect your teeth.
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