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Millions getting their teeth into oral health

19th Dec 2014

More than two and a half million people are going online to seek information about their oral health and wellbeing, according to oral health charity the British Dental Health Foundation.Visitors to th…

Sugary drinks duty will save countless teeth, charity says

16th Dec 2014

A 20p per litre duty on sugary drinks would help to eradicate tooth decay and save the NHS millions of pounds in wasted resources.The Children's Food Campaign has today published figures showing that …

Entries open for Best National Smile Month Event

15th Dec 2014

The UK's premier dental awards ceremony is inviting individuals and practices across the country to enter the ‘Best National Smile Month Event' at one of the most prestigious events on the denta…

Painfree dentistry given thumbs up by charity

10th Dec 2014

The British Dental Health Foundation is delighted to announce The Wand has been granted accreditation by its independent board of dental experts.The Wand Single Tooth Anaesthesia (STATM) System is the…

Afraid of the dentist? Have no fear, charity says

09th Dec 2014

There is no need for people afraid of the dentist to give their appointments the brush-off, according to a leading oral health charity.The British Dental Health Foundation believes while many people w…

100% fruit juice ‘best for teeth’

01st Dec 2014

New research suggests 100 per cent fruit juice does not cause tooth decay in children.Data from the 1999-2004 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)1 in the US has discovered that c…

Your job could be increasing risk of mouth cancer

27th Nov 2014

The very nature of our job could be increasing the risk of developing mouth cancer.A leading oral health charity believes exposure to secondhand smoke, time in the sun and regular consumption of proce…

New poll reveals what we really think about cancer…

24th Nov 2014

Cancer may provoke a range of emotions but according to a new poll many of us think of it as curable.In a new survey by the oral health charity the British Dental Health Foundation, curable was one of…

Cancer news going social

20th Nov 2014

One in ten people would inform the world they had mouth cancer on social media.Unsurprisingly 18-35 year-olds are most willing to share the news through social media. What may come as a surprise is th…

Charity calls for diabetics to be mouthaware

14th Nov 2014

An oral health charity has reminded diabetics to be aware of the signs and symptoms for mouth cancer.The reminder comes as research has identified people suffering with diabetes are at ‘signific…

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