Drinking too much alcohol is widely known to increase the risk of serious health conditions such as liver and heart disease. But experts from the Oral Health Foundation also want to raise awareness of how drinking alcohol can affect your mouth.
If you’re looking forward to going on holiday this summer, have you given any thought to how you’ll look after your oral health while you’re away? A dental problem could spoil your hard-earned break. But while such problems can happen any time, there are a few things you can do to keep your teeth and gums as healthy as possible when you’re away from home.
Having a healthy smile can benefit you socially as well as in your career and relationships.
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.
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.