Posted: 30 March 2012
Here at Apollonia dental practice Liverpool we are now offering Fastbraces the original, fast and safe braces developed by Dallas orthodontist Dr.Anthony Viazis about 20 years ago when he recognised the patients desire for a braces treatment that could be done fast without the risks that come with the older, conventional braces.
With safety in mind Dr Viazis developed a system that could straighten teeth differently than the conventional braces, thus allowing for a fast, safe and affordable solution.
After a trip to Dallas to undertake intensive training Dr Melissa Goddard is now one of the first dentists in the UK to offer Fastbraces.
Posted: 29 March 2012
This barrel like roller is comprised of 200 tiny micro needles that are thinner than human hair, meaning there is no pain or discomfort when it is rolled across the skin.
The roller creates miniscule pin pricks that encourage the skin to regenerate itself, promoting collagen production to fill the unwanted valleys of wrinkles and scars, minimizing pores and reducing pigmentation without removing or harming the delicate protective top layer of skin.
Designed to be used 2-3 times per week, the MNS roller delivers visible results quickly and with no downtime. The micro channels created seal within hours of application, long enough for new collagen structures to form…
Posted: 28 March 2012
Here at our Liverpool based practice Apollonia Cosmetic Dentists Liverpool, our female dentist Dr Melissa Goddard is fully trained in Advanced Botox Treatments. These treatments are more commonly used to treat areas in the upper part of the face, and can combat both fine lines and also deep wrinkles. The most popular are to treat are:
• Frown lines between the eyes
• Forehead lines
• Crows feet
• Nasiolabial Folds
However, the lower face can also benefit from botox procedures to treat saggy jowls,droopy lips,gummy smiles and also necklace lines. Lines and wrinkles can be minimised by using a purified…
Posted: 27 March 2012
Scientific studies are increasingly showing a connection between healthy gums, a healthy body and overall health and well-being. There is a wealth of evidence linking periodontal (gum) disease to a variety of systemic problems, particularly heart disease and stroke.
When periodontitis (gum disease) begins to take hold, hundreds of bacteria invade the blood stream through damaged, bleeding gums, which not only affect the heart but also block the blood flow to the brain, increasing the risk of stroke.
Research has shown that those suffering from advanced periodontal disease are four and a half times more likely to have coronary heart disease than those with healthy gums. Diabetics are also more…
Posted: 05 March 2012
Marie Curie is remembered for her discovery of radium and polonium, and her huge contribution to the fight against cancer.
Wear your daffodil this March and help us continue caring for people
with terminal cancer and other illnesses
Each March, Apollonia Liverpool dental practice get behind the Great Daffodil Appeal, which aims to get everyone to wear a daffodil in support of our Marie Curie Nurses and raise money to help us provide more free care to people with terminal cancer and other illnesses.
But for those who have been touched by the work of Marie Curie, wearing the daffodil has a special…