There are so many ways to access news and information today that it’s sometimes a struggle to know what to believe and what might be best used as ‘fish ‘n’ chip paper’.

That’s why our press team is in constant communication with journalists, newspapers and broadcasters all across the country.  We have put a great importance on building and developing these relationships, firstly, so that we can drive oral health up the media agenda but most importantly, to ensure only independent, unbiased and correct information is printed.

With increasing inequalities, multiculturalism and divisions within our society, we realise that getting our messages out to different audiences is crucial.  We want to be a leader when it comes to oral health in the media and with many myths in circulation, we strongly believe that our role as an impartial and expert source of information is key to increasing knowledge about improving oral health and wellbeing.   


The Oral Health Foundation tackles the issues that you care about most.

Our articles are circulated by thousands of media outlets every year while our spokespeople are a trusted source of reliable and unbiased information and advice. We write about the latest research into oral health, comment on oral health policy and trends, as well as distribute sensible advice about developing and maintain a healthy smile.  



Our wide range of expertise means that our team is able to write about a whole host of things related to oral health and hygiene.

Our blogs contain everything from general oral health tips, advice and Q&A sessions, to telling you more about our latest charitable activities. Our blog is a great place to learn more about what we do and most importantly, why we do it.    


Word of Mouth

Our monthly digital magazine gives you a round-up of all our charitable activities, the latest news, the blogs we have issued over the last month, as well as lots of other interesting information about oral health and hygiene. We also have regular guest writers too.

If you would Word of Mouth emailed directly to you every month, simply enter you details below.  


Press office

Our press office take thousands of calls a year from journalists looking for more information about oral health, the latest statistics and expert interviews.

If you have a personal story that you would like to share with us, our team would also really love to speak with you. Perhaps you have had a dental treatment that has helped change your life. Or maybe you have been diagnosed with mouth cancer and would like your share your experience to raise awareness for others. Please get in touch.