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New research published in the Journal of Periodontal Research suggests that the antibacterial properties contained in blackberries could help prevent or at least help with the treatment of gum disease. When compared to other berries, it was revealed that blackberries contain the most antioxidants that have been linked to blocking the spread of cancer ...READ MORE
It has toured all over the country after being incorporated into a necklace to raise awareness of oral cancer, and now John Lennon’s extracted molar has returned to his home city of Liverpool, just in time for Beatles Mania Week and the band’s 50th anniversary. The necklace, estimated to be worth around £25,000, ...READ MORE
Glasgow and Dundee Universities have jointly been awarded £132,000 from the Scottish Funding Council in order to tackle ongoing issues with their dental services. The money is expected to go towards improving the treatment for oral cancer and birth defects like cleft palates. Joint initiatives between the two schools are also thought to be on ...READ MORE
People who worry about needing emergency dentistry could benefit from a new online dental health scoring feature.Launched by the British Dental Health Foundation (BDHF) as part of National Smile Month, myDentalScore will give patients the chance to understand their dental health needs.By carrying out a brief questionnaire, people will be given a ...READ MORE
A new study has found that drinking more than four cups of coffee a day could significantly reduce the risk of oral cancer.The International Head and Neck Cancer Epidemiology consortium carried out assessments on people who regularly consumed the beverage and those who were non-drinkers, finding a positive link with coffee.People are ...READ MORE
Dental check-ups could flag up the early sysmptomns of diseases.Having regular check-ups at the dentist could help to save lives, it has been claimed.According to Dr Cary Sun, a dental professional at Cigna Dental, there are many diseases dentists are trained to look out for, with oral cancer one of the one ...READ MORE
Dental implants are likely to take off in 2010.The Consumer Guide to Dentistry has published a number of predictions for the dentistry profession in 2010.It forecast the year will see an increase in the availability and variety of dental implants on offer, as well as the creation of less invasive procedures.The publication also ...READ MORE
Having clean teeth could help people prevent the development of mouth cancer, one dental healthcare professional has argued.Kathy Fox, of NHS Leeds' Special Care Dentistry Service, said more than 2,000 people die in the UK every year from oral cancer - that is one person every five hours.Therefore, maintaining a good oral health ...READ MORE
Britons worried about the prospect of oral cancer have been advised that visiting their emergency dentist should be their first port of call to allay such fears.Canadian newspaper the Vancouver Sun reported that anyone worried about this disease should always book an appointment with their dentist, who would be able to pick up ...READ MORE
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