As part of National Smile Month 2019, we have joined up with our friends at Buddies to create a competition that champions great oral health.Read more
We have recently approved BioMin F toothpaste. It can help reduce sensitivity and remineralise enamel. It can be a great addition to your oral health routine. Brush with it twice a day for the best results!Read more
BioMin are one of the latest brands to have a product approved under our accreditation scheme. Our panel of independent and internationally recognised clinical and academic experts have examined their new toothpaste to ensure it can fulfil it's claims.Read more
Happy New Year, one and all. In the very first issue of 2019, we reflect on a huge year for the world of dentistry and oral health before we look forward to what the new year has in store for us!Read more
Formed in 1880, the BDA is the professional association and trade union organisation for dentists.
The organisation represents all fields of dentistry including general practice, community dental services, the armed forces, hospitals, academia, public health and research, and its 23,000 members can receive advice on all of these areas.
Basing themselves in London, they represent dentists at national and local level, attempting to ensure that their views and concerns are accounted for.Read more
First established in 1923, The British Dental Industry Association is a national trade association, representing and supporting the collective interests of manufacturers and suppliers of dental products, services and technologies.
The BDIA has a member community of over 125 companies, and plays a pivotal role in driving standards for the provision of quality oral healthcare.
The organisation continues to run the "BDIA Dental Showcase", which is one of the leading global dentistry events.Read more
As of 2018, the BSDHT is a nationally recognised body that represents over 4,000 members across the UK and beyond.
The mission of BSDHT is to represent their members interests and to provide a consultative body for public and private organisations on all matters relating to dental hygiene and therapy.
The Oral Health Conference & Exhibition (OHC) is the BSDHT’s flagship member conference and the largest annual event for dental hygienists and dental therapists.Read more
The British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry was formed in November 2003 by a group of dentists, many of them leading figures in the field of cosmetic dentistry, who saw a need to share their knowledge with others.
The BACD is the voice of cosmetic dentistry in the UK, promoting clinical excellence in an ethical, minimally invasive way and the thorough understanding of this practice for clinicians and patients alike.Read more
The British Association of Dental Nurses is a Lancashire-based organisation that represents dental nurses across the UK.
Their Annual Conference, held each year, provides an opportunity for members of the dental team to meet with colleagues, socialise and further their professional education.
The British Dental Nurses’ Journal is the official journal of the BADN. It is published four time a year in January, April, July and October and it is available to all members.Read more
The British Dental Bleaching Society was founded in 2008 to promote safe dental bleaching within the dental profession through training and education.
Members of the society benefit from the latest information and current research, continuing support and innovative strategies to ensure they carry out safe and successful dental bleaching for their patients.Read more
Dentsply and Sirona joined forces in 2016, to become the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental solutions. According to their latest figures, D & S products and solutions reach 600,000 dental professionals, who treat over 6 million patients daily.
Now working together under one brand globally, D & S are focused on empowering dental professionals to provide better, safer, faster dental care and providing innovative solutions to achieve it.Read more
Founded in 1972, SDI Limited is primarily involved in the research and development, manufacturing and marketing of specialist dental materials. They provide innovation and excellence in their products and produce the ideal restorative materials for the dental profession.
SDI’s products are sold through distributors and retailers in over 100 countries throughout the world. SDI has offices and warehouses in Chicago, USA; Cologne, Germany; and Sao Paulo, Brazil.Read more
As the year comes to a close we provide some timely advice that will help you look after your teeth during the festive period and going into 2019.Read more
Family-owned dental company VOCO has now developed into one of the leading manufacturers in the industry.
They field a comprehensive portfolio of more than 100 preventative, restorative and prosthetic dentistry products and supply medical products on a global level.
Describing themselves as dedicated “dentalists” (dental material specialists) , VOCO aims to serve dentistry by providing dental products that offer the highest level of material quality and usability.Read more
The Tooth Whitening Information Group is an alliance of dental professional bodies and manufacturers set up to tackle the key issues and problems regarding tooth whitening.Read more
Tooth whitening can be a very effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface. Learn all about what tooth whitening involves and how to do it safely.Read more
An EU Council Directive states that tooth whitening is an 'act of dentistry' and can only be carried out by a dental professionals. It also made rulings on the strength of whitening products.Read more
Make a complaint if you have found an illegal tooth whitening product or have had treatment by somebody who is not lawfully qualified. You can also report companies that claim to train whitening technicians.Read more
We have put together a series of answers from the most common questions that dental professionals frequently ask us about tooth whitening.Read more
There remains a considerable amount of confusion over what constitutes safe and legal tooth whitening. Here are some of the most common questions we get from beauticians about tooth whitening.Read more
The latest news and updates on tooth whitening. All the top stories, articles and advice, including the most recent court cases featuring illegal tooth whitening activity.Read more
The Tooth Whitening Information Group is supported by a number of expert organisations that are passionate about communicating the benefits of safe tooth whitening.Read more
Mouth Cancer Action Month is in full force and this issue really does show why your support this November has been so important.Read more
Our new report looking into the state of mouth cancer in the United Kingdom. Includes the very latest statistics, research into awareness of the disease and future challenges and recommendations.Read more
Mouth Cancer Action Month is about to begin and this issue has plenty of information on how you can get involved this November and help us save lives.Read more
Stephanie's story should serve as a reminder that mouth cancer can sadly affect all of us. Even if you don't fall into any of the risk factors, you should still be aware of the warning signs.Read more
We're here to give you impartial advice about your oral health. Contact our team of fully-qualified professionals by telephone (01788 539780), or email ([email protected]).Read more
Household budgets are tight for many people at the moment. Offering patients or local groups an afternoon of free mouth cancer examinations is a great way to support your local community. It’s a good way to promote awareness of the illness, and at the same time help develop the goodwill of your practice.Read more
An eye catching display is easy to set-up and can be a great way of grabbing people’s attention. They are also a fantastic way for people to learn more about mouth cancer.Read more
By becoming one of our Mouth Cancer Campaign Ambassadors you can support us by sharing your stories, communicating important information, raising donations and influencing policy.Read more
The Blue Ribbon Appeal continues to play a key role in directly engaging people with the issues surrounding mouth cancer. Wear your blue ribbon with pride and help make a difference today.Read more
The Blue Lip Selfie campaign encourages the public to adopt blue lips as a visible sign of support for mouth cancer to help boost awareness of the disease.Read more
Healthcare professionals are in the perfect position to inform and educate the public about mouth cancer - during the campaign and all year round.Read more
Psychotherapist Paul was on holiday with his wife in Las Vegas and woke up with blood in his mouth. He decided to get checked out by his dentist, who immediately knew something was seriously wrong.Read more
New denture care guidelines are the big news story of the month as 2018 continues to fly by and our attention turns to preparing for Mouth Cancer Action Month 2018.Read more
We have just launched a new set of global guidelines on correct denture care. These guidelines make sure that denture wearers are given reliable, trusted and consistent advice about the best way to look after their dentures.Read more
The headline of this Word of Mouth issue is the news that boys in England and across the UK will be receiving a vaccination against HPV after years of campaigning.Read more
Staffed by fully trained oral health experts and dental nurses, the Dental Helpline will provide free and impartial advice on a range of topics, such as dental terms and treatment procedures, oral hygiene, current legislation and regulations, dental charges, complaints procedures, and referrals to other organisations.Read more
As 2018 continues to fly by, there are big oral health topics to be discussed. This month's headline story is news the boys are expected to be offered a potentially life-saving vaccination.Read more
We're half-way through what has been an eventful 2018 and we are in awe of the amazing support being shown for National Smile Month. In June's issue we touch on the campaign and finance for NHS dentistry.Read more
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In the fifth edition of 2018, we celebrate the launch of National Smile Month - our charity campaign to improve the nation’s oral health.Read more
Assure consumers that your oral health care products are clinically proven and backed up by scientific evidence with Approval from the Oral Health Foundation's internationally recognised dental experts.Read more
We are the Oral Health Foundation - a charity dedicated to improving oral health and wellbeing by providing impartial advice on all aspects of oral health directly to those who need it most.Read more
National Smile Month is the largest and longest-running campaign to promote good oral health. Join us in educating, motivating and communicating positive oral health messages.Read more
In the fourth Word of Mouth issue of 2018, we address the concerning new figures currently in the press that show as many as 140 children in England are having teeth removed from hospital every day.Read more
Mouth Cancer Action Month takes place in November and is an annual campaign to raise awareness of the signs, symptoms and causes of mouth cancer in order to try and save lives.Read more
Dental Buddy is a series of free educational resources aimed at nursery and schoolchildren in order to increase the amount of time oral health is taught in the classroom.Read more
Learn more about the role of our trustees and how they help form the strategic direction of our charity. We also have information about joining us as a trustee.Read more
In our third issue of 2018, we discuss the potential impact a gender neutral #HPV vaccination could have for thousands across the country. We also touch on water fluoridation and oral health at university.Read more
In December 2017, Foundation Dean of Peninsula Dental School, Professor Liz Kay became President of the Oral Health Foundation, after many years on the charity's Board of Trustees.Read more
Janet began work in the dental profession in 1971 and worked in many different environments from general practice, community, dental hospital and further education.Read more
Ben Atkins is a general dental practitioner and clinical director in Manchester. Ben is one of the charity's spokesmen and makes regular media appearances for us.Read more
Chet Trivedy is dually qualified in dentistry and medicine and has a wealth of experience as a clinician and a researcher working in the field of head and neck cancer.Read more
Dave Mason began his working life as a dental technician specialising in Prosthetics, before then moving across the dental industry into marketing and sales.Read more
Mhari has over 20 years’ experience in dentistry in the UK, working as a nurse, receptionist, oral health advisor and ultimately hygienist in a variety of practice and hospital environments.Read more
Nairn Wilson is a past President of British Dental Association and has published more than 250 original research papers. He has been a Trustee of the Oral Health Foundation since 2013.Read more
Steve has worked in publishing, events management and media communications for over 30 years and is the founder of independent media company Purple Media Solutions.Read more
Tracy Posner is a communications specialist with over 35 years' experience working with some of the UK's leading advertising, PR and communications agencies.Read more
Zahid Siddique is an Associate dentist in London, the Expert Strategy Director for McCann Health and Managing Director of Dental Training Consultants.Read more
In our second issue of 2018, we share with you details about our returning campaign, National Smile Month. Further on in the magazine we also touch on tooth whitening, pregnancy and love life advice.Read more
The Oral Health Foundation believes that fluoridation is the most important single measure that the UK Government can take to bring a substantial change in the nation’s oral health.Read more
Dental products may be commodities that find their way into everybody's shopping trolley, but a new survey by the Oral Health Foundation has found that only a quarter of people understands what ingredients they are made from and their purpose.Read more
"Age is just a number, I’m 23 a non-smoker and don’t drink yet I still got the mouth cancer, it only takes 45 seconds to check your mouth, DO IT!!
I was only 23, I should be hearing about my son’s day at nursery, not cancer."Read more
In this issue we announce the inauguration of our new President, share with you our Impact Report highlighting our achievements over the past year, and also look into some new research into gum disease and breast cancer.Read more
A number of Oral-B products have been approved under our accreditation programme. Our panel of independent and internationally recognised clinical and academic experts have examined the products to ensure they can fulfil their claims.Read more
Our accreditation scheme establishes the basis of a gold standard of oral health care products that fulfil the claims and promises they make to consumers. Wrigley’s sugar-free gum claims to help neutralise plaque acids that may cause harm to your teeth.Read more
The approved mouthwashes from Listerine have been subjected to a number of clinical trials and scientific tests. The Oral Health Foundation approved accreditation logo on the packaging is a seal which shows the product has passed our assessment.Read more
As a result of having the Oral Health Foundation seal of approval, POLO Sugar-Free mints have international recognition that these are quality products that consumers can trust to be safe for their teeth.Read more
Brushing your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste is a crucial part of a positive oral health routine. Daily cleaning of your teeth is important because it removes plaque. Brush for two minutes for the best results and remember to change the brush heads after every three months.Read more
Brushing your teeth twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste is a crucial part of a positive oral health routine. Daily cleaning of your teeth is important because it removes plaque. Please supervise children while brushing for two minutes and remember to change after every three months.Read more
More than 150 over-the-counter products are accredited by us at the Oral Health Foundation and sold in 55 countries around the globe, providing valuable comfort to consumers seeking quality NUK products.Read more
Product approval is a very important part of the work the Oral Health Foundation does, especially when it can help to treat oral health problems like gum disease. Tepe's approved products can be very useful for interdental cleaning.Read more
Increase your brand awareness, sales and help us tackle inequalities in oral health and education.Read more
Research shows that 80 per cent of people would look for the Oral Health Foundation’s ‘Approved’ logo before purchasing an oral hygiene product like the accredited Fixodent products.Read more
Since the Accreditation scheme was launched in 1991, numerous products, including Peppersmith products, have carried the recognised Oral Health Foundation accreditation logo, assuring consumers the claims made by these products are not exaggerated.Read more
More than 150 over-the-counter products are accredited by us at the Oral Health Foundation and sold in 55 countries around the globe, providing valuable comfort to consumers seeking quality Clinomyn products.Read more
If accredited, all claims on the packaging and the marketing for a Seabond product will be scrutinised and examined by a panel which is comprised of independent experts of international standing.Read more
Products from SleepRight have been given international recognition as a result of being accredited by a charitable organisation, like the Oral Health Foundation, which prides itself on helping consumers gain better oral health.Read more
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