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General Dentistry in Liverpool

We provide a complete range of treatments to maintain your dental health, from routine check-ups and dental hygiene to restorative and emergency care.


Preventative dentistry

Tooth decay, known technically as dental caries, is one of the most common health complaints in the world. It is particularly common in children and young adults, and rates have been fuelled by an increase in sugars in the diet, and poor dental hygiene.


We will give you advice on how to minimise the risk of getting tooth decay. If treatment is necessary we aim to start work as early as possible and restore teeth using the least invasive measures.

Healthy smiles for life

Our dentists and therapists firmly believe that prevention is better than cure, and to that end your oral health is at the heart of everything we do. Our clinicians will educate you  in oral hygiene best practices and give you the tools you need to keep your smile healthy for life.

Kamran's ethos of “keeping a happy healthy mouth” has remained the key focus of our clinic, and we strive to provide the highest level of treatments and care.


Dental examinations are the first port of call. They play a crucial role in maintaining healthy teeth and gums and identifying dental issues. Regular dental check-ups, ideally every six months, allow for the early detection and treatment of oral health issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, and oral cancer. Dental problems are much more manageable if they are caught early and can often be treated with less invasive methods.

Our rates for examination appointments are as follows:

Consultation - £100

New patient exam - £100

Routine exam - £75
Emergency appointment - £100

Dental hygiene

Dental examinations also provide an opportunity for our dentists to perform a professional cleaning to remove plaque and tartar build-up that regular brushing and flossing at home cannot eliminate. This preventive approach is key to avoiding the development of gum disease, which can lead to tooth loss and has been linked to other serious health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes.


Therefore, dental examinations are essential not just for oral health, but they are also essential for maintaining the body's general health. We also provide advice on your dental regime to help you maintain your dental health, which can help to avoid future issues.

Root canal treatment

Root canals are an essential treatment for saving badly damaged or decayed teeth from extraction. Root canal treatments are used to eliminate bacteria from the infected root canal to prevent future reinfection of the tooth and preserve the natural tooth.

The root canal process involves removing the damaged area of the tooth (the pulp), cleaning and disinfecting it, and then filling and sealing it. This treatment alleviates pain and stops the spread of infection. The procedure also helps to maintain natural teeth, which is critical to maintaining appearance and function. Additionally, root canal treatments often have a high success rate and can last a lifetime with proper care, making them a cost-effective way to treat teeth with deep decay or infection.

Unfortunately, there are instances where teeth have become too decayed or damaged to be saved by fillings or root canals, so dentures are required. Gum disease is another potential reason for dentures.


Dentures play two important roles: aesthetics and function. For the former, dentures are designed to resemble natural teeth closely and they can also help to fill out the appearance of the face, which will improve your confidence. For the latter, dentures will restore your ability to chew. Combined, dentures can be transformative.



We're ready to welcome you

We are currently accepting new patients and would love to welcome you to our  dental clinic. Please click the button below to register with us.

Why is it important to visit the dentist regularly?

Regular visits to the dentist are important to maintain oral health. Regular check-ups will identify any issues, such as tooth decay, gum disease and even more serious conditions like oral cancer.

How can I take care of my dental health?

Taking care of your dental health is vital. You should brush your teeth thoroughly twice a day, ideally, with an electric toothbrush. Use dental floss or interdental brushes daily to remove plaque and food particles between your teeth. Rinsing with mouthwash twice a day will help to eliminate bacteria.


You should limit your intake of sugary snacks and acidic drinks, as they can erode your tooth enamel and lead to decay. Drinks like tea, coffee and red wine can stain your teeth so you should reduce your consumption of these drinks if you want to keep your teeth white, especially if you're whitening your teeth.


Smokers are at a greater risk of developing oral cancer, gum disease and tooth decay, along with also discolouring your teeth, so we strongly advise that you stop smoking.

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