Digital Dental Implants and Their Benefits Explained

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 24/03/2023

When it comes to replacing missing teeth, dental implants are by far the best treatment for restoring a smile. Dental implants not only replace the part of the tooth that’s visible, but the root and the supporting structures as well. Because of this, they are long-lasting, more secure, reliable and more natural-looking than alternative treatments….

Everything You Need To Know About Dental Bridges

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 24/03/2023

Losing a tooth is a fear common to us all. It’s a comfort knowing that replacing teeth is straightforward thanks to advancements in digital dentistry. Whether tooth loss is caused through natural degradation or the result of an accident, a dental bridge is the traditional solution to restoring a gap in a smile. Often made…

Everything You Need To Know About Cosmetic Dentistry

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 21/03/2023

It’s incredibly common for us to feel self-conscious about our smiles. It’s often the first thing people notice when meeting for the first time and also what they take away from a first impression. It’s natural for us to want our first impressions to stand out for the right reasons. A lot of our lives…

Dental Tourism

Posted by: TwentyOneDental Admin Posted 29/10/2021

Dental Tourism: Is It Worth The Risk? Dental tourism or ‘dental holidays’ are often presented as a cheap and hassle-free alternative to getting treatment in the U.K. A recent study by dental charity, Safe Smiles, has found that going abroad for ‘cheaper’ treatment can be regrettably more costly in the long run. What are the…

Let’s Face Facts: Facial Aesthetics

Posted by: TwentyOneDental Admin Posted 31/08/2021

In the midst of the global pandemic, a new idea emerged of individuals becoming hyper aware of their own appearance due to increased time spent on conference and video calls: ‘Zoom Face’. ‘Zoom Face’ is the concept that as users are spending time on video calls, they are exposed to themselves in more detail from…

Dental Check-Ups Among Children Fell 50% in 2020

Posted by: TwentyOneDental Admin Posted 17/08/2021

A new report has found dental check-ups among young children fell by 50% in 2020. As a result, millions of children are at risk of facing years of dental decay as figures show those attending check-ups dropped by 50% during the first year of the pandemic. Data recently published by the National Health Service (NHS)…

The Main Reasons for Tooth Loss

Posted by: TwentyOneDental Admin Posted 06/07/2021

Tooth loss is fairly common in adults, even though teeth are designed to last a lifetime. Regular visits to the dentist can help prevent the causes of tooth loss. Key takeaways: Gum disease is the primary cause of tooth loss, causing an infection which damages the roots of your teeth. As we get older, we…

What Are the Benefits of a Dental Implant?

Posted by: TwentyOneDental Admin Posted 30/06/2021

Things to Consider Before Getting Dental Implants If you have a missing tooth and are considering a dental implant, you should consult with your dentist to see if you are a suitable candidate. A dental implant is an artificial replacement for a missing tooth, which acts and looks like a natural tooth. The implant is…

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…

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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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