Posted: 29 June 2011
You see it each week on “X factor” Broiling under the TV lights, the terrified singers grin their hearts out as they nervously wait to hear which of them has been voted out of the competition. They’re smiling, but are they happy? Certainly not!
They’re scared stiff, but they’re spreading their lips and baring their teeth in an attempt to project likeability and ease. It’s what scientists call a “fear grin”—used by chimps and apes to tell predators, “Hey, you don’t want to eat me, I’m just a cute monkey!”
So what does your smile say about you? As a dentist In Liverpool we can help.…
Posted: 27 June 2011
Do you or your partner have a snoring problem? Is it difficult for you to breath while you sleep?
Do you keep loved ones up all night with your personal sound effects?
Your dentist can not only offer private & cosmetic dental treatment, they can also custom make you a device in less than 2 weeks, to help you breath better at night and to stop snoring. It is extremely comfortable to wear and involves no surgery. Snoring in Liverpool could become a thing of the past!
At Apollonia Dental & Cosmetic Centre based on Rodney Street in Liverpool, we’ve been helping the local people of Liverpool to overcome snoring…
Posted: 24 June 2011
Your Tongue May Be Causing Your Bad Breath
Did you know that bacteria in our mouths feed on left over food particles creating smelly sulphur compounds ? It is these sulphur compounds which give breath its foul odour.
While brushing and flossing remove the offending bacteria from teeth and gums, as much as 50% of the bacteria in the mouth lives on the surface of our tongue!
As a private dentist Liverpool, we know that during each brushing, you should remember to brush your tongue. Use a toothbrush for a more effective solution, remove bacteria from your tongue with one of several commercially available tongue cleaners.…
Posted: 23 June 2011
How Your Gum Disease Starts…...
We fight a battle against bacteria (germs) everyday. Millions of these microscopic monsters live, work, and play on our teeth in a soft white substance called plaque. Unwelcome guests, the bacteria (germs) feed on left over food particles, creating acid as a by-product of their feasting.
It is this acid that eats into tooth enamel to create cavities. The very same bacteria also pour out volatile sulfur compounds that cause bad breath.
Daily brushing and flossing remove plaque bacteria from our teeth, keeping their populations in check. The problem begins when we fail to floss or brush correctly. In the areas we miss, plaque bacteria…
Posted: 22 June 2011
Ever wonder why some people possess beautiful smiles while others try but can never achieve the same result? Believe it or not, the secrets to a great smile are simple steps that each and every one of us can take. Below are five steps for our dentistry Liverpool consultants, that will lead you to a brighter and better smile.
1. Take a little extra time to give your teeth the care they deserve.
Did you know that it takes two to three minutes to adequately brush your teeth but that most people spend less than 30 seconds brushing? Why is brushing this long so important?