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Don’t wait until January: How to get dental treatment over Christmas


21st Dec 2016

The Oral Health Foundation is issuing an important reminder this Christmas that waiting until January to get dental treatment could lead to serious problems and that help is available for those who ne…

Elderly mouth cancer patients at significantly high risk of hospital admission due to depression


19th Dec 2016

The Oral Health Foundation is calling for greater emotional support of elderly mouth cancer patients following a new study which has shown that they are at a significantly high risk of being admitted …

Charity calls for greater use of dental storybooks to help children with autism


16th Dec 2016

The Oral Health Foundation is backing the use of children's storybooks with dental narratives following a new study which has shown they can be a highly effective way of helping prepare children with …

Charity backs new ‘Slim Your Bin’ Challenge


01st Dec 2016

Rugby charity the Oral Health Foundation is giving its support to a new local initiative encouraging Warwickshire's households to recycle more and throw away less as part of the ‘Slim Your Bin' sche…

‘A Trip to the Dentist Could Save Your Life’ insists charity, as campaign to address dramatic rise


01st Nov 2016

Are you able to recognise the changes in your mouth? That's the question posed by the UK's leading oral health charity, the Oral Health Foundation, as they launch Mouth Cancer Action Month 2016.Today …

Charities come together to show support for cancer sufferers


28th Oct 2016

The Oral Health Foundation have teamed up with The Swallows Head & Neck Cancer Support Group to provide support and information for carers and survivors at The North of England Head & Neck Can…

From losing your teeth to cancer and a spotty tongue: 7 things smoking is doing to your mouth


18th Oct 2016

Most of us are probably aware they smoking is incredibly bad for our health, causing an untold amount of misery due to a vast variety of medical problems. It is estimated that every year in the UK aro…

Is beating bad breath the key to happiness?


14th Oct 2016

Bad breath has often been considered one of the top health faux pas and now new research has suggested that doing away with halitosis can dramatically increase your happiness.A new study, published in…

Oral Health Foundation at Dental Showcase


04th Oct 2016

Later this week, the Oral Health Foundation will be exhibiting at BDIA Dental Showcase and we are inviting all attendees to come and say ‘hello' to our team of oral health promoters.BDIA Dental Show…

Hidden tooth infections increase heart disease risk by almost three times


27th Sep 2016

Undetected tooth infections could increase the risk of heart disease by almost three times, according to new research.The study, published in the Journal of Dental Research1, has found that people wit…

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