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What Are the Risks for Your Teeth and Gums from Smoking?

What Are the Risks for Your Teeth and Gums from Smoking?

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 25/06/2021

What Are the Risks for Your Teeth and Gums from Smoking? Smoking can damage your teeth and gums and increases your risk of oral cancer. Your dentist can offer advice and put you in touch with resources to help you quit smoking. Key takeaways: Oral bacteria increases when smoking, placing smokers at a major risk…

Best Choice of Sweets for Children’s Teeth

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 15/06/2021

Children love a treat but unfortunately tend to opt for those sweets that are most harmful to their teeth. All sweets contain sugars and sweeteners — and these play a big role in tooth enamel damage and cavities.  While no sweets can be deemed as “safe” for teeth, these are the least harmful: Chocolate Granola…

Three Signs Your Teeth Need Cleaning

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 28/04/2021

Brushing and flossing daily is not enough to keep your teeth in perfect condition. Despite the best of your intentions, a toothbrush and floss cannot compete with the thorough cleaning your dentist can provide. Ideally, teeth cleaning should be done every six months or if any of the following symptoms occur: – Red, inflamed or…

What Type of Floss is Best for You?

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 21/04/2021

The best way to keep teeth and gums healthy is to brush and floss each day. The good news is that you can choose from different types of floss depending upon your unique needs. Let us take a look at four options: – Waxed floss is more difficult to break when flossing. – Unwaxed floss…

How Does A Brighter Smile Improve Your Social Relationships?

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 18/02/2021

Stained teeth can have adverse effects on our health and social life. Having your teeth professionally whitened by your dentist removes the plaque and improves your social interactions. Here is the proof: – Whiter teeth will make you look healthier. This will attract people and widen your social circle. – A bright smile will boost…

What You Should Know about Fluoride

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 16/12/2020

Fluoride is a natural mineral, often added to drinking water systems. It’s considered safe and can help strengthen tooth enamel, protecting teeth from decay. However, it’s possible for children to get too much fluoride. Key takeaways: – Fluoride toothpaste should not be swallowed; supervise young children while they learn to brush their teeth. – Mouthwashes…

Keep Your Dental Veneers Bright and Beautiful

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 19/11/2020

Veneers are a very effective way to give your teeth a new look. However, we still need to keep in mind that veneers can become damaged or otherwise compromised if they are not cared for properly.  Let’s examine three takeaway points to keep mind. Biting down on very hard objects can damage your veneers. Brush…

What Causes a Toothache?

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 22/10/2020

What Causes A Toothache? A toothache is a sign of an underlying problem and should not be ignored. Whether the pain is fairly mild or quite severe, you should have the tooth assessed by a dentist. Even if the pain comes and goes, you should still have it checked out to find the cause. Gum…

How a Dental Hygienist/therapist Can Benefit Your Smile

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 15/10/2020

Visiting our dually qualified dental hygienist/therapist is an integral part of looking after your oral health. A professional teeth cleaning twice a year can help prevent oral problems from developing while ensuring we maintain a brighter smile. Dental visits should not just be for those times when you are experiencing problems or pain with your…

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We are situated to the West of Hove Museum (on the corner of New Church Road and Pembroke Gardens) TwentyOneDental, A Digitally Advanced Dental, Implant & Specialist Referral Centre, 21 New Church Road Brighton & Hove BN3 4AD.


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