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Emergency dentistry patients looking to improve their oral health could be interested in the latest news from the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF).According to the organisation, researchers have established a link between poor dental wellbeing and people who smoke from an early age.Published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology, the study revealed ...READ MORE
Individuals who are enjoying summer holidays have been advised to monitor their sugar intake in a bid to limit their chances of needing emergency dentistry.The British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF) has issued members of the public with an urgent warning about the high sugar content in a variety of drinks.Addressing common ...READ MORE
Image-conscious individuals seeking cosmetic dentistry to improve their appearance could be encouraged by new research.According to the Los Angeles Times, scientists from the Virginia Commonwealth University set out to examine the effects of straight teeth on people's perception of attractiveness.The study aimed to investigate the belief that individuals with crooked smiles ...READ MORE
People wishing to avoid emergency dentistry treatments for gum disease may be interested to learn that a new study has been commissioned in the US to help determine those who may be at the highest risk.The University of Michigan's School of Dentistry is examining the DNA of 4,000 participants to see if there ...READ MORE
Emergency dentistry patients could be interested to hear that the oral health of hospital patients has been overlooked by medical professionals, a new study has suggested.Data collected from the UK, US, France and the Netherlands has revealed that unwell individuals are often at increased risk of developing plaque and inflammation as a result ...READ MORE
Health-conscious men looking to prevent visits to an emergency dentist could be interested to hear findings from a new study.According to the research, males who contract gum disease due to poor oral hygiene are more likely to experience problems achieving an erection.Statistics revealed that 81.8 per cent of participants who were unable to ...READ MORE
Dental professionals need to take more action to ensure the public continue to improve their oral health, experts have claimed.The British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF) has called for increased support from dentists to promote the benefits of healthy teeth and gums amid government cuts.Following the organisation's success over the past 12 months, ...READ MORE
Patients concerned about needing to see an emergency dentist could be interested to hear that chocolate has topped a poll of things that make people smile.Research conducted by the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF) revealed that 60 per cent of female respondents named the sweet their favourite choice.Carried out to mark the end ...READ MORE
Individuals thinking about receiving teeth whitening treatment to brighten their pearly whites could be encouraged to hear the results of a contest held by the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF).As part of its National Smile Month campaign, the organisation has revealed the winner of its Smile Factor competition, which aims to bring good ...READ MORE
Emergency dentists and fellow members of oral healthcare staff have applied to receive funding from a scheme launched by the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF).Carried out as part of its National Smile Month campaign, the BDHF has announced plans to inject increased investments into educating the public about healthy teeth.The £100,000 donation, ...READ MORE
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