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Protect Your Heart Health By Looking After Your Teeth And Gums

Protect Your Heart Health By Looking After Your Teeth And Gums

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 08/10/2020

Good oral hygiene does more than just give you a radiant smile: it can also help keep your heart protected against potentially serious diseases. Key takeaways: Tartar build-up caused by gum disease has been linked to inflammation in the arteries. The early symptoms of gum disease can cause bacteria to spread to the arteries and…

Need to Know: Dental Health Affects Your Heart Health

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 25/09/2020

Dental health is connected to general health. Poor dental health and gum disease can increase the risk of heart disease due to bacteria that circulates in the bloodstream, causing inflammation. Key takeaways: – Gum disease can be prevented or reversed by good oral hygiene and regular examination by your dentist. – Smoking encourages bad bacteria…

Why Children Are at High Risk of Tooth Decay

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 11/09/2020

Children are susceptible to tooth decay, and the risk increases as children become older and more independent. Between ages 6 to 11 it is estimated 1 in 4 children experience tooth decay. From age 12 to 19 this increases to 3 in 5 children. One of the main reasons for tooth decay is diet. Children…

Here’s What You Should Know About Bruxism

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 20/08/2020

If you frequently clench or grind your teeth, you most likely have a condition known as bruxism. Bruxism or teeth grinding is a serious condition that shouldn’t be left untreated, so here are basics you should know about it.  Key takeaway: Bruxism is often caused by genetics, stress, temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorders and health conditions…

Gapped Teeth? These Are Your Treatment Options

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 13/08/2020

Gapped teeth can happen naturally or as a result of losing one or more teeth. Although this isn’t harmful to oral health, many people who have gapped teeth turn to cosmetic dentistry to address the problem. Nowadays, there are four treatments that you can choose from. Partial veneers are a natural-looking solution to gapped teeth….

The Link Between Hydration and a Healthy Smile

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 09/07/2020

We already know that regular trips to the dentist — and brushing our teeth — are the best ways to prevent issues such as cavities and gum disease. However, were you aware that drinking plenty of water is also recommended? Here are three oral health benefits associated with water: Water helps to eliminate food particles…

Acid Reflux and Your Tooth Enamel

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 11/06/2020

Acid reflux, or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), can damage tooth enamel. If you suffer from acid reflux, strong acids that normally remain in your stomach can move up into the mouth and attack tooth enamel.  Key takeaways: –  A doctor should investigate the problem and get the GERD condition under control first. –  Teeth can…

Is Teeth Whitening Safe?

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 05/06/2020

Teeth whitening, whether done professionally by a dentist or with a home kit, is considered to be a safe procedure. However, it is always better and safer to have any dental procedure carried out by a professional who is trained in the handling and application of the whitening agent.  Improper use of a home whitening…

How You Can Fight Your Nicotine Cravings

Posted by: Eamon Dehdashti Posted 07/05/2020

Smoking can do plenty of damage to your health by increasing your risk for lung cancer, heart disease, stroke and oral cancer. Although getting over your nicotine addiction will take time, dedication and patience, you can begin your recovery journey by following these measures. Key takeaways: Try nicotine replacement therapy as recommended by your dentist….

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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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Please note: We are open to patients arriving from 8am but our telephone lines are not open until 8.15am