Welcome to the home of the British Dental Health Foundation! We are an independent charity dedicated to improving oral health - in the UK and around the world.
The charity provides an exclusive range of dental patient information consisting of frequently asked questions about dental terms and treatment procedures, oral hygiene, and all you need to about in order to take care of your dental health.
The dental health blog is exploring the latest news and issues of the heart of dentistry and oral health, includes opinion, comments, facts, tips and information.
The Foundation evaluates consumer oral health care products to ensure that manufacturers' product claims are clinically proven and not exaggerated. Currently there are over 150 approved products on sale in 80 countries around the world.
Our Dental Helpline, staffed by fully trained oral health experts and dental nurses, gives free and impartial dental advice. We can help you on subjects such as current UK legislation and regulations, NHS and private dental charges.
The Foundation's latest annual report, containing an overview of the charity's activities throughout the latest financial year, which runs from August 2012 to July 2013.
In this review of our year, we will tell you about our achievements and breakthroughs between August 2013 and July 2014.
Who are the British Dental Health Foundation? What do we do and how do we contribute to improving oral health? Find out about us in the PDF.
As one of the world's leading oral health charities, for more than 40 years the British Dental Health Foundation has strived to improve people's lives by reducing the harm caused by oral diseases - many of which are entirely preventable. [INFOGRAPHIC]
Our published glossary of common ingredients inside dental products and their purposes helps educate and inform consumers, allowing people to make an informed choice about which products to buy and how it can help their oral health.
Defence Dental Services PowerPoint file to run like a mini website. It contains a patient and clinician informative areas.
INFOGRAPHIC: Fluoride, a naturally occurring mineral found in many foods and in all drinking water, can greatly help dental health by strengthening the tooth enamel, making it more resistant to tooth decay.
British Dental Health Foundation Multilingual Health History Form (Sample)
A huge thank you from everybody at the British Dental Health Foundation for taking part in the Blue Ribbon Appeal during Mouth Cancer Action Month!
Once you have raised money from the Blue Ribbon Badges, please fill out this form and send it back to us.
Be sure to fill out your personal details so that we can Gift Aid your donation - which means more money for a great cause!
Try to talk to your dentist about your cause for concern and discuss the possibility of putting things right before you consider taking things further.
However, if you do wish to take matters further, write a formal letter of complaint directly to the practice (addressed to the Complaints Manager), ensuring you retain a copy of the letter for your own records.