perm_phone_msgUNDER ATTACK? S.O.S. LINE 0114 354 0054

Top Categories

Spotlight

Top Voted
Sorry, there is nothing for the moment.

Month: August 2019

23 Results / Page 1 of 3

Background

today22/08/2019

close

Dental Oral Health Foundation

Word of Mouth: July 2019

We have a great issue for you this July, covering a range of hot topics in the world of oral health and give you great advice that will help you gain a healthy smile. Some welcome news that arrived this month is the announcement that boys in England will soon ...

today22/08/2019

close

Dental Oral Health Foundation

The time has come for a ‘pudding tax’

22nd August 2019 Brits have an association with sweet treats that goes back centuries, with classics like Bakewell tarts and roly-polys still available in supermarkets and bakeries not just here, but all over the world. But like all things, there comes a time that in order to survive, change is ...

today20/08/2019

close

Dental Oral Health Foundation

Increasing costs provoke fall in dental visits

16 August 2019 Increasing costs are the main reason why people are put-off from going to the dentist, according to the findings of a new study. Research commissioned by the Oral Health Foundation found more than one-in-three (36%) Britons admit that they are sacrificing dental visits in order to keep ...

today20/08/2019

close

Dental Oral Health Foundation

Oral Health Foundation welcomes new green paper

16 August 2019 The Oral Health Foundation welcomes the previous government’s publication of the green paper “Advancing our health: prevention in the 2020s”. In the document published by the Cabinet Office and the Department of Health and Social Care, a commitment has been made to roll out more toothbrushing schemes ...

today20/08/2019

  • 1
close

Dental Oral Health Foundation

Direct link found between frailty and oral health

18 April 2019 Poor oral health is independently associated with problems in later life, according to the findings of a new study. The research shows that elderly people with muscular weakness, sudden weight loss or impaired mobility are substantially more prone to issues with their oral health. The investigation, published ...

today20/08/2019

close

Dental Oral Health Foundation

Dundee dental students scoop award for oral health prison project

29th April 2019 Chief Executive of the Oral Health Foundation, Dr. Nigel Carter OBE, has visited the University of Dundee School of Dentistry, to judge community oral health projects and present an award to the winning group. Fourth-year dental students were asked to select an area or group in the ...

today20/08/2019

  • 1
close

Dental Oral Health Foundation

National Smile Month Q&A with Dr Nigel Carter OBE

10 May 2019 Between 13 May and 13 June, National Smile Month will champion the importance of good oral health. The charity campaign looks to promote the value of a healthy smile while sharing positive messages around toothbrushing, a healthy diet and visiting the dentist. To understand more about National ...

Designed by Cloud Boffins