November is Mouth Cancer Action Month, so we’re sharing some facts about this disease.
Mouth cancer has been in the news a lot of late. From BBC 6 Music DJ Mark Radcliffe confirming he is taking a break from presenting to have treatment for mouth cancer, to a study claiming that air pollution is a contributing factor. November is Mouth Cancer Action Month, and […]
There’s one part of our mouths we often overlook… Are you keeping it clean?
When it comes to looking after our teeth, many think that brushing twice a day and flossing are enough. But they still wonder why they fall prey to tooth decay. Well, the answer could be right on the tip of your tongue. The secret to a healthy mouth? A healthy […]
The final part of our women’s dental health series looks at how you can keep your teeth strong as you age.
This month we’re taking a look at how ageing affects women’s dental health and what you can do to keep your teeth strong and healthy. How does ageing affect women’s dental health? As adults get older, some dental problems become more commonplace. However, the hormonal fluctuations that accompany the menopause […]
If your New Year’s resolution is to stop smoking, you might be wondering how good or bad e-cigarettes are for your mouth. We explore the research to date.
Congratulations – you’ve decided to kick the habit and we are behind you every step of the way! After all, smoking doesn’t just cause yellow stains on your teeth, it also raises your chances of developing mouth cancer. But if you’ve just decided to take the plunge, chances are you’re […]
Mouth cancer kills more people than testicular cancer and cervical cancer combined. Will you join us in being #MouthAware this November?
Have you noticed a lot of blue lips around lately? And not just because the temperatures have taken a nosedive! This November is Mouth Cancer Action Month, and as part of the campaign to raise awareness of this disease, #BlueLipSelfies have been doing the rounds on social media. In the […]
Are you at risk of mouth and throat cancer? The good news is they can be prevented with simple lifestyle changes. Read our guide to learn how to reduce your risk.
You might be surprised that mouth and throat cancer is the eighth most common type of cancer in the UK. What’s more, around 91% of cases are linked to lifestyle. This Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week (19-23 September), we’re shining a light on how you can prevent this disease. […]