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The Most Important Lifestyle Choices for Perfect Oral Health

10Dec

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Oral health is just as important as your normal health and we should be making as much effort to keep our mouth healthy as the rest of our body. Poor oral health and oral hygiene can lead to a wide … Continue reading

  

European study reveals new causes of mouth and throat cancer

9Apr

Poor oral health and failure to have regular dental checks could increase the risk of mouth and throat cancer, according to a pan-European study. The research also suggests – based on a small number of tumour patients – that excessive … Continue reading

  

The Grim Reality of Oral Cancer in Africa

28Nov

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Mouth cancer (also known as oral cancer) is when an abnormal group of cells, known as a tumour, develops within the tissues of the tongue, mouth, lips or gums. As a dental practitioner working out in Africa for much of … Continue reading

  

What UK can learn from the Smokeless Tobacco Damage in India

26Nov

Written by Dr Priya Patel The wide popularity of chewing tobacco has raised many alarming concerns for health experts in most countries around the world. According to recent health studies the number of oral cancer patients is increasing day by … Continue reading

  

A dangerous habit: tobacco chewing in India

16Nov

Dental Principal of Village Dental Practice, Dr. Priya Patel, examines the increasing ‘epidemic’ threat of smokeless tobacco in India, along with the dangers of continual use. Innumerable Indians are addicted to nicotine in various forms. Some smoke, while others chew … Continue reading

  

Mouth Cancer Action Month

6Nov

By Simplyhealth UK We are excited to be sponsoring Mouth Cancer Action Month alongside our colleagues at Denplan. The campaign is running throughout November to help people be better informed about mouth cancer, its symptoms and what can be done … Continue reading