We are delighted to say that our fantastic team raised £155 for the Mouth Cancer Foundation!! Here are some snaps of our fun and muddy day at the Gauntlet Games! A huge THANK YOU to everyone that donated and to our wonderful team for doing the mud run to raise money for a great cause!
In a nutshell, National Smile Month is the UK’s largest and longest-running oral health campaign. Together, with thousands of individuals and organisations, National Smile Month promotes three key messages, all of which go a long way in helping us develop and maintain a healthy mouth. They are: Brush your teeth last thing at night and
When it comes to your health, flossing your teeth is more important than brushing. So, why do so many of us find reasons not to do it? Dentists say there are simple answers for all our excuses. Excuse No. 1: Food never gets stuck in my teeth. You don’t floss so much to remove food
The colour of your smile is under scrutiny, from other people, the media and even your own reflection in the mirror. Tooth whitening procedures are more popular than ever, and all over the country, every day, members of the public purchase a tooth whitening procedure to enhance the colour of their teeth. On
It cost the NHS £3.1m to carry out ‘minor extractions’ from under-18s, over the 2012-13 financial year, and a further £27.4m for the ‘extraction of multiple teeth’. The bills were set out by health minister Earl Howe in answer to a parliamentary question tabled by Baroness Gardner of Parkes, a Conservative peer. More detailed statistics,