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Most kinds of toothpaste won’t set you back more than about five pounds but there are a number of new products on sale that claim to work wonders for your dental health, and some of them come with a much higher price tag. Dr Nigel Carter, chief executive of the British Dental Health ...READ MORE
After it was revealed that 500 British children are admitted to hospital for tooth decay every week, dental surgeons have come forward to voice their concerns about this statistic. The figures, released by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) made for alarming reading and showed that a shocking 25,812 children between the ages of ...READ MORE
A new report from the Health and Social Care Information Centre has revealed that more than 25,000 British children aged between five and nine have been admitted to hospital for tooth extractions as a result of tooth decay. This number is an increase of over 3,000 from 2010/2011.The British Dental Health Foundation has spoken about this ...READ MORE
Research carried out in Ireland has revealed that a worrying number of people are not sure what sort of snack is really bad for their teeth; most of those asked were found to be unaware that cheese constitutes a healthy snack. Constant snacking on the wrong food and drinks can cause long term damage ...READ MORE
According to new research carried out by the British Dental Health Foundation, three out of five parents admitted that they would most likely take their child to see the dentist during school hours. The study also revealed that only three in ten would make appointments during the school holidays and less than one in ...READ MORE
A new law has been passed to make it safer for consumers to undergo teeth whitening treatments, putting an end to illegal practitioners and untrained individuals providing similar services. The British Dental Health Foundation has welcomed the news that the European Council has ruled that whitening products containing or releasing between 0.1 and 6 per cent ...READ MORE
According to a conference in North Carolina, entitled Evolution of Human Teeth and Jaws; Implications for Dentistry and Orthodontics, many of modern man’s dental problems can be blamed on changing diets. Experts in the field have discovered that things like cavities, overbites, and crooked or crowded teeth are inevitable, given the drastic change ...READ MORE
Expectant mothers looking to prevent emergency dentistry should attend regular check-ups with their dental practitioner in a bid to monitor their oral health, according to an expert.Dr Nigel Carter from the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF) has revealed that hormone changes occurring during pregnancy may cause inflammation of the gums.His advice comes ...READ MORE
Emergency dentistry patients should not take their oral health for granted during their efforts to prevent wider health issues, an expert has claimed.Dr Nigel Carter, chief executive of the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF), has urged individuals to take increased care of their teeth in a bid to prevent the onset of illnesses....READ MORE
Image-conscious individuals contemplating teeth whitening procedures could be interested in recommendations from the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF).According to the organisation's chief executive Dr Nigel Carter, limiting the consumption of coloured food and drink could be a natural method of protecting smiles.His comments emerge after the Scottish Daily Herald reported actor ...READ MORE
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