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How to keep your smile healthy

This World Oral Health Day (March 20, 2018) campaigners are emphasising that oral health is about much more than having an attractive smile.

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Cut back on snacks to protect children’s teeth

Children who snack throughout the day are more likely to have the signs of tooth decay than those who just eat at meal times. And relying on brushing their teeth isn't enough to prevent the problem, say experts from the Universities of Edinburgh and Glasgow.

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Are you a brusher or a flosser?

Research published as part of National Smile Month (May 15 - June 15, 2017) suggests almost two thirds of British adults (62 percent) are regularly cleaning in between their teeth – three times the number reported 10 years ago. But how we’re cleaning between our teeth is changing too, the survey has found.

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World Oral Health Day

Every year World Oral Health Day is held on March 20th to highlight the importance of oral health for a healthy body.

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How smoking can affect your mouth

If you took part in the recent Stoptober challenge to give up smoking for 28 days during the month of October, one of the things you may have already noticed is how much better your food tastes.

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How to supercharge your smile

National Smile Month takes place every year between the middle of May and June. Run by the Oral Health Foundation, the campaign’s aim is to increase awareness of oral health issues and make a significant difference to the wellbeing of millions of people in the UK.

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Too many children have surgery for rotten teeth

Around 100 children and teenagers are being admitted to hospital in Britain for surgery to remove rotten teeth, says report by the Local Government Association.

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Bite back at mouth cancer

World Cancer Day takes place each year on February 4th. And while you may be aware of the signs of some of the more common types of cancer – such as breast, lung and prostate cancers – how often do you check yourself for mouth cancer?

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10 things you may not know about teeth

Like most people, there’s a good chance you know some of the main facts about keeping your teeth and gums healthy.

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