Oral health information At the Oral Health Foundation, we understand the importance of a healthy mouth. That's why we continue to provide expert, independent and impartial advice on all aspects of oral health. Our Oral Health Information range are a valued, reliable and trustworthy source of advice which explain a variety of dental procedures, treatments, conditions and diseases. They also have helpful hints for prevention and maintaining good oral health. Rediscover your smile and help improve the quality of your oral and overall health. View the information, grouped by topic: Prevention and advice Bad breath Caring for my teeth Children's teeth Dental care for mother and baby Dental care for older people Dental care for people with special needs Denture cleaning Diet and my teeth Fluoride Healthy gums and healthy body Living with my brace Mouth guards My fear of the dentist My teeth Oral care products Preventative care and oral hygiene Relaxation and sedation Smoking and oral health Smokeless tobacco Sugar free chewing gum Teens teeth Visiting a dental hygienist or dental therapist Conditions and diseases Burning mouth syndrome Cold sores Cracked teeth Dental decay Dental erosion Denture stomatitis Dry mouth Geographic tongue Gum disease Jaw problems and headaches Knocked out teeth Lichen planus Medical conditions and oral health Mouth cancer Mouth ulcers Sensitive teeth Treatment and procedures Bridges and partial dentures Cosmetic dentistry Crowns Dental implants Dentures Different filling materials Paying for dental treatment Pit and fissure sealants Root canal treatment Tooth whitening Veneers What to do following an extraction White fillings Wisdom teeth X-rays All of our information is produced and reviewed by qualified dental professionals, Plain English Approved and in a simple Q&A format. We also have all our oral health information available across nine other world languages. These include: Arabic, Chinese Mandarin, French, German, Hindi, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish and Russian. If you would like any more information about your oral health, you can also contact our Dental Helpline, for free, expert and impartial advice.