Tagged: tooth decay

Dentists urge us to cut the cake culture in the office

4Jan

Yesterday, (3 January 2017), the Royal College of Surgeons, Faculty of Dental Surgery (FDS) issued a press release urging workers to cut the cake culture that seems to have become established in many offices up and down the country. The FDS … Continue reading

  

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

  

The Most Common Dental Problems and How to Avoid Them

8Dec

Young woman with perfect teeth and dental instruments

Oral health is one of the most common areas we have medical issues. Few of us haven’t had to have fillings and other dental treatments in our lives. Today we decided to look at a few of the most common … Continue reading

  

Dental Care Myths You Need To Bust Right Now

27Nov

Back from when we first learnt how to brush our teeth, we were always told what to do and what to avoid so that maximum oral hygiene could be maintained. These dental and oral health tips given to us by … Continue reading

  

The Health Benefits of Liquorice

24Nov

In the past, liquorice roots have always held great commercial value. Besides this, their status of luxury meant that they were often offered as a gift to kings. Today, while maybe not treated as quite as luxurious a product as … Continue reading

  

Healthy Teeth: What to Eat and What Not to Eat

30Sep

It is all too easy to forget that we only get one set of adult teeth that have to last us a lifetime, but we can soon get a reminder of how precious they are when we have to get … Continue reading

  

100% fruit juice ‘best for teeth’

2Dec

The news release was originally posted on the British Dental Health Foundation News Section New research suggests 100 per cent fruit juice does not cause tooth decay in children. Data from the 1999-2004 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)1 in the … Continue reading

  

Oral health report encouraging, charity claims

30Sep

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The news was released on the British Dental Health Foundation News section The first national survey examining the oral health of three year old children has revealed more than one in 10 have signs of visible tooth decay. The report, … Continue reading

  

Tooth decay – what is the root of the problem?

28Jul

Dentist examing patient

It was front page news in the Sunday Times, and the story continues to rumble on. The report published by the Health and Social Care Information Centre that revealed more than 25,000 children aged five to nine were admitted to … Continue reading

  

What to do when you lose a tooth

5Apr

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Did you know that nearly three in every four adults in the UK have lost a tooth? And although on the odd occasion this can be as the result of a ‘freak’ accident (a sporting injury, or a particularly tough … Continue reading

  

White Wine is Bad for Teeth

21Oct

Enjoying a regular glass of white wine can damage teeth, something many wine makers and tasters will know first-hand, experts say. White wine packs an acidic punch that erodes enamel far more than red wine, Nutritional Research reports. It is … Continue reading