All our patients undergo oral cancer screening as part of our oral health check.
Check out the posters below for more info…
The guidelines are supported by best evidence and based on consensus from key international experts.
In 2018, National Smile Month will take place between 14 May and 14 June.
A smile might be a small gesture, yet it can have a remarkable effect on our state of mind, as well as the emotional welfare of others.
It takes just 45 seconds to check your mouth for any unusual signs, and prevent mouth cancer, says the Oral Health Foundation.
November is Mouth Cancer Awareness month, and we’re here to look after your oral health. Check the info below and keep in touch!
Here are some details, from last year’s Oral Health month, about how you can Be Mouthaware:
Have you ever wondered if you’re doing the best you can to take care of your Oral Health?
These Frequently Asked Questions from the Oral Health Foundation will let you know if there’s anything more you can be doing to look after your smile.
Check out these links to answer your questions:
It’s been National Smile Month!
Find out from your Dentist about how you can improve your smile, or check out the Oral Health Foundation’s info here.
In the UK, more than 7,000 people were diagnosed with mouth cancer last year. The disease has grown by a third in the last decade and remains one of very few cancers which are predicted to increase further in the coming years… that’s why Mouth Cancer Action Month is so important.
Do you know the changes in the mouth that you should be aware of? Be Mouthaware!
Make sure you know the Mouth Cancer risk factors…
Do you drink alcohol? Check the new government guidelines…
For more info and to find out more about how you can prevent Mouth Cancer, visit http://www.mouthcancer.org.