Twenty One dental clinic dentist Brighton Hove

Treat New Fillings Gently

Treat New Fillings Gently

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

Once firmly set, teeth with fillings can be treated the same as your other teeth — but care is needed when fillings are new. The compounds used by the dentist require time to fully harden and this can often take a few weeks to do. Immediately following a filling care should be taken to: Brush…

Common Causes Of A Receding Gumline

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

When gums recede, they pull away from teeth. A receding gumline increases your risk of several oral and dental conditions, including gum disease and tooth loss. Here’s an overview of the most common causes of receding gums. Key takeaways: –  Brushing your teeth and flossing too harshly. –  Teeth grinding can damage both the enamel…

How Can You Tell if Acid Reflux Disease is Affecting Your Teeth?

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

Acid reflux disease can slowly erode the enamel of your teeth and cause serious oral health issues. This occurs when stomach acids are pushed up into the esophagus and even into the mouth. It’s wise to know the associated warning signs. What do you need to look out for in advance so you will know…

Oral Bacteria and Cancer Concerns

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

The presence of certain kinds of oral bacteria can have more serious results than just gum disease. Bacteria are necessary to keep teeth and gums healthy. But too much of the wrong types have been linked to serious medical issues including pancreatic cancer. This is because the oral bacteria can migrate into the body and…

Tips to Help Make Flossing a Daily Habit

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

Making flossing a daily habit is one of the best habits you could have. When you do not floss you miss out on cleaning around 35% of your teeth surfaces, increasing the risk of more time required at the dentist. Key takeaways: Choose a memorable time of the day as a trigger for flossing, such…

5 Things to Consider Before Getting Dental Implants

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

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. The implant is fused in to the jaw and the gums will need to be relatively healthy to proceed. Key takeaways: – A dental implant is an artificial replacement…

Taking Care of Mouthguards

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

Like any protective equipment, mouthguards need to be looked after in order to function properly. When not in use, mouthguards should be kept clean and dry and there are some important maintenance tips that should be followed: – Always rinse after use with toothbrush and toothpaste – Clean regularly with cool or lukewarm soapy water…

The Advantages of Early Orthodontics in Children

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

If your child has dental problems like crowded teeth or protruding front teeth, early orthodontic work may be beneficial: – Orthodontic work in children age 6 or 7 is effective because the jaw is still developing; it can encourage adult teeth to come through in the optimal position. – Early orthodontics could prevent braces in…

How are Food, Drink and Tooth Decay Linked?

Posted by: Twentyonedental Admin Posted 28/05/2019

We love a juicy orange, but did you know citrus fruits can harm your teeth? Also, those who regularly drink soda are more likely to encounter problems with their teeth. While there is no doubt that dissolved sugars play a very important role, what other factors could play a role in tooth decay? Let’s look…

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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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8:00am - 7:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 5:00pm
8:00am - 3:00pm
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Please note: We are open to patients arriving from 8am but our telephone lines are not open until 8.15am