At Total Smiles, we offer a wide range of restorative and cosmetic services to repair damaged teeth, improve oral health, and give you the smile you’ve always wanted. From a toddler’s first appointment through routine check-ups, complicated procedures and emergency treatment, we’ve got all of your oral health needs covered.
Cosmetic Dentistry and Teeth Whitening
Cosmetic dentistry treatments aim to enhance the appearance of your teeth and smile. We provide porcelain veneers and crowns to improve the aesthetics of your smile including colour, shape and teeth alignment. Our whitening treatments have become very popular as a way of restoring the natural brightness of your teeth and providing an instant confidence boost.
Our orthodontic specialists can provide a number of fixed and moveable appliances to help correct the alignment of your teeth and jaw. We fit child and adult braces as well as the Invisalign system.
Root Canal Therapy
This treatment is designed to remove dead or diseased matter from inside a tooth when it’s been damaged by an infection caused by a cavity or injury. The modern root canal technique is comfortable and highly successful, and your tooth will be finished with a crown or filling to permanently protect your tooth in the future.
Periodontal Disease Treatment
Gum disease, gingivitis and periodontitis result from a bacterial infection that affects soft tissue in the mouth and can eventually wear away at the bones which support teeth. Treatment takes the form of deep cleaning by your Liverpool dentist.
Dental Implants, Bridges and Dentures
These procedures involve the permanent or temporary implanting of one or more artificial teeth to replace those lost due to trauma or natural ageing. Permanent implants and bridges will last a long time and can improve your daily life by restoring your natural smile and making eating and talking much easier.
Extractions and Emergencies
The removal of a tooth will always be a last resort, reserved for when there is no other way to restore them. For wisdom teeth, your dentist will recommend removal when the teeth become impacted, which can be painful and cause gum swelling, difficulty moving the jaw and problems with eating. These are minor surgical procedures that won’t take long and will include full aftercare. For emergency dental treatment, we can look after new or existing patients and will always be flexible to find time to look after you.