Ways to get involved | Oral Health Foundation – New Update 2023
We are a small group of passionate dental professionals who have been writing for the public for over 10 years. Our mission is to provide accurate, up-to-date oral health information so people can make informed decisions about their dental care.
We know that excellent oral health is essential for overall health and well-being, and we are committed to helping our readers achieve and maintain healthy teeth and gums.
National Smile Month
National Smile Month is the largest and longest-running campaign to promote good oral health. Join us in educating, motivating and communicating positive oral health messages.
Mouth Cancer Action Month
Taking place throughout November, thousands of amazing people go out into their communities to raise awareness of mouth cancer and share the important message of being mouthaware.
Become a fundraiser for the Oral Health Foundation
Raise vital funds to help raise awareness of oral health and its importance
Nuud Spearmint Chewing Gum
Nuud plastic free, plant based spearmint gum helps protect your teeth and gums in between meals, when it may not be possible to brush.
Usually red or yellow in colour, mouth ulcers are painful sores that can appear inside the mouth and also on the outer lips.
What to do following an extraction
General advice about what to do after having teeth taken out. Includes what precautions you should take and things to avoid.
Geographic tongue is a common condition which can appear on the top and sides of the tongue, and sometimes on the under-surface.
How to spot mouth cancer
How much do you know about the signs and symptoms of mouth cancer? By being Mouthaware you can make a difference in the fight against mouth cancer.
Burning mouth syndrome
Burning Mouth Syndrome can be an extremely uncomfortable condition which can have several potential causes.
Bridges and partial dentures
These replacement options for missing teeth are often recommended for oral health purposes as well as cosmetic appearance.
What foods and drinks contain acid and why it spells trouble for our oral health
10 JUNE 19 – As part of National Smile Month, the Oral Health Foundation and GSK have come together to discuss the threat acidic foods and drinks pose to our oral health.
The wisdom teeth are the last to appear, right at the back of the mouth, often between 17 and 25 but sometime many years later.
Sugar free chewing gum
Chewing sugar-free gum helps protect your teeth and gums in between meals when it may not be possible to brush with a toothbrush.
Jaw problems and headaches
If you jaw and teeth are not lined up correctly it will not only affect your bite but could result in severe headaches and jaw pain.
Learn all about a variety of oral health conditions and how they can affect you.
Contact our team of fully-qualified professionals by telephone (01788 539780), or email ([email protected]) for impartial advice about your oral health.
Listen to bite-size discussions with industry leaders about how to improve your oral health.
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We are a small group of enthusiasts who have been writing dental articles for a few years. We believe that good oral health is the key to a happy and healthy life. Our goal is to provide accurate, up-to-date information on all aspects of dentistry so that our readers can make informed decisions about their oral health.
We know choosing a dentist or dental treatment can be overwhelming, but we hope our articles will help make the process a little easier.