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Are Tongue Piercings Bad for Your Dental Health?

Although tongue piercings look cool, they have a whole host of potential dental complications associated with them. In summary: – Tongue piercings can result in infection, abscesses, inflamed gums, loose/moving teeth and actual damage to teeth in the form of cracks. – They can also interfere with daily activities such as speaking, eating or swallowing. – If you are experiencing any complications, your dentist will advise you remove your tongue piercing to prevent any further damage. “If patients care about their oral health, they will remove their tongue piercing as soon as possible.” Read the full story here: https://consumer.healthday.com/dental-and-oral-information-9/misc-dental-problem-news-174/tongue-piercings-may-bring-harm-to-teeth-and-gums-735168.html  ]]>

Dr. Adyl Asani

GDC Registration Number: 73480

Dr Asani is our Clinical Director at TwentyOneDental. He has a special interest in Implantology and graduated from one of the most prestigious Dental Schools in the UK, Guys Hospital, London (UMDS) in 1997. For the past 20 years, Adyl has built up an admirable reputation in Hove, with his professional yet personable approach.

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Dr. Ignacio Farga Ninoles

GDC Registration Number: 232493

Ignacio has been practicing in private practice since 2010. Particularly known for achieving outstanding results using the latest technology, he has an extremely sensitive and genuinely caring approach with all his patients.

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Dr. Jose Cordero Bayo

GDC Registration Number: 170042

Dr. Bayo has been practicing in private practice since 2009. A truly caring dental surgeon who has previously been in private practice in Worthing for many years where he built up an admiral reputation with his amazing use of digital technology and extremely happy patients.

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