As part of National Smile Month, we have joined forces with proud sponsors, GSK, to create a series of new oral health podcasts.

This mini-series consists of three podcasts that delve into different hot topics in the world of oral health: 

Podcast One - Healthy Gums

In the first podcast in this National Smile Month mini-series, Dr Ben Atkins is joined by Dr Nigel Carter, Chief Executive of the Oral Health Foundation, and Dr Saoirse O'Toole, a Clinical Lecturer at King's College London, to discuss gum health and answer some common questions around the topic including: 

  • What is gum disease?
  • How can we achieve good gum health?
  • How can we tackle bleeding gums? 

   

For more information on how to maintain healthy gums please click here. If you still have questions, get in touch with our Dental Helpline.  


Podcast Two - Diet and My Teeth

We're back! It's the second of three episodes in our National Smile Month mini-series.

Dr Ben Atkins is once again joined by Dr Nigel Carter, Chief Executive of the Oral Health Foundation, and Dr Saoirse O'Toole, a Clinical Lecturer at King's College London, to discuss the impact that diet has our oral health.

Our experts name the foods and drinks that are playing havoc with our teeth and give some great advice about some healthier alternatives.

   

For more information about your diet and oral health please click here. If you still have questions, get in touch with our Dental Helpline.  


Podcast Three - Dental Erosion

The final part of this three episode mini-series for National Smile Month.

Dr Ben Atkins is once again joined by Dr Nigel Carter, Chief Executive of the Oral Health Foundation, and Dr Saoirse O'Toole, a Clinical Lecturer at King's College London, to discuss the topic of dental erosion.

Some of the items covered are what dental erosion is, how common it is and what causes it.  What the consequences of dental erosion are to our health, and importantly how we can go about preventing it.

   

For more information about dental erosion and oral health please click here. If you still have questions, get in touch with our Dental Helpline.