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Latest News A new study has established a link between maintaining oral health and type 2 diabetes management. Research scientists, situated at the University of Barcelona, have reported their findings on the subject. The findings show that patients with Type 2 Diabetes who employ and maintain a good oral health care routine are more likely to ...READ MORE
Latest News According to a study that was published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, internet CBT helps children cope with dental fear. Dental fear has long been an issue for many people, however, investment in holistic therapies appears to be paying off. The main aim of the project is to deal with ...READ MORE
Latest News A new study has shown that hormone replacement therapy could reduce the risk of gum disease. Also known as HRT, hormone replacement therapy is usually prescribed to combat common symptoms of the menopause. However, now scientists are suggesting that there could be oral health benefits to the medication too. During the menopause, ...READ MORE
People with cleft palate or cleft lip often suffer with increased risk of gum disease and tooth decay throughout their lives. New findings suggest that these dental problems could occur due to abnormal saliva glands in the mouth. It also shows that an uneven balance in immune compounds within saliva could be a contributing ...READ MORE
Over recent weeks there has been some debate surrounding the amount of times people should visit their dentist. Last month chief dental officer, Sara Hurley, expressed concern over some dental practices putting pressure on people to attend check-ups twice a year. Her view was that once a year is adequate for people with ...READ MORE
Plans for a new oral health initiative have recently been revealed by chief dental officer, Sara Hurley. The new concept has been named ‘Smile4life’ and will be a national framework for all new initiatives in areas of oral health and hygiene. The plans were created following Hurley’s recent tour of NHS regions ...READ MORE
Sports dentistry is fast becoming recognised as a vital aspect of professional sport. Good oral health and hygiene is now starting to be seen as an essential part of an athlete’s overall health and wellbeing, which could also have a bearing on their performance.The issue was first highlighted, on a larger scale, ...READ MORE
According to a company running programmes to educate families about dental health, the five-year-olds in Milton Keynes are improving their teeth dramatically; Central and North West London’s Oral Health Improvement Team started programmes such as ‘Smile Aware’ and ‘Healthy Early Years Award’ which aim to encourage families to help their kids look after ...READ MORE
According to new research, a shocking number of Britons do not take their oral health seriously and fail to brush their teeth at least once a day. The report suggests that over 24 million people in Britain fail to brush regularly, despite the fact that around four in ten admit to feeling self-conscious about the ...READ MORE
According to data release by the Health and Social Care Information centre, more than 6,400 children in Yorkshire were admitted to hospital with tooth decay in 2014/2015. This number means that children aged ten and under from Sheffield, Doncaster, and Rotherham are amongst those most at risk for tooth decay and tooth loss in the ...READ MORE
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