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New method to test tooth enamel discovered

New method to test tooth enamel discovered

A new technique to assess the state of tooth enamel using lasers has been discovered by a group of researchers in Australia and Taiwan, as stated in the latest issue of Optics Express, the Optical Society’s (OSA) open-access journal.  The method works through the use of a laser, which can measure the mineral content of […]


NHS dental system failing patients

NHS dental system failing patients

Shocking figures have shown a 60% rise in the level of tooth extractions occurring in the district of Stockport, demonstrating the areas failing NHS dental system. These are the figures released by the Department of Health to Hazel Grove MP Andrew Stunell, who said: “Many people are unable to afford to go private and are […]


Portsmouth Dental Academy to Offer Final Year Students Hands On Experience

Portsmouth Dental Academy to Offer Final Year Students Hands On Experience

A new dental academy in Portsmouth had its turf cutting ceremony this week ahead of developments for a practice specifically for final year dental students. King’s College London Dental Institute will get the opportunity to work with dental hygiene and therapy students in the provision of primary dental care in and around Portsmouth Scheduled to […]


School Children to Get Mobile Dentist Visit

School Children to Get Mobile Dentist Visit

As part of a scheme to improve the state of youngsters’ teeth, deprived areas are set to get a visit from a mobile dental unit. Initially, the mobile unit will base itself at three schools in order to check the state of the childrens teeth and gums, this is hoped to improve the dental record […]


English Town That Refuses to Visit the Dentist

English Town That Refuses to Visit the Dentist

Nearly half of the population of the London Borough town Croydon has failed to visit the dentist in the past two years. These staggering figures show that an estimated 125,000 adults and 25,000 children in the borough have not had so much as a check up in all that time. The credit crunch has been […]


President Obama′s British Mother Supports the NHS

President Obama′s British Mother Supports the NHS

The mother of US President Barack Obama, Kezia Obama, has praised the British Nation Health Service and claims it saved her life. These revelations come as President Obama plans to change the US Health Service and revealed to introduce a similar service to that of Britain, where treatment for medical problem including dentistry, is publicly […]


Chris Eubank Splashes £31,000 on Cosmetic Surgery to Cure Lisp

Chris Eubank Splashes £31,000 on Cosmetic Surgery to Cure Lisp

Boxing champion Chris Eubank has spent £31,000 on dental work to lose his comical lisp. Eubank has revealed his new voice to after receiving treatment on his teeth and the gap between them that gave him his speech impediment. Eubank, 43, said: “Officially, the lisp has gone. However, I now have a whistle. I’ve jumped […]


Risen Dentists Income and New Contract Result in Brits Getting Treatment Abroad

Risen Dentists Income and New Contract Result in Brits Getting Treatment Abroad

Following the NHS Information Centre revealing the overwhelming levels of dentist salaries, many Brit’s have been left fuming and seeking treatment in other countries. The high dentist salaries coupled with news of the drill & fill practices are sure to increase the dental debate and are resulting in patients looking further afield for treatment. Since […]


Mum Invents Timer to Improve Children′s Oral Health

Mum Invents Timer to Improve Children′s Oral Health

A two in one timer had been designed to help with children’s oral and hand hygiene by a Mother of two in Berkshire. Rachel Stephens came up with the idea for a Wash & Brush Timer struggling to get her own children to spend longer cleaning teeth and washing hands. Rachel, Marketing and PR expert, […]


Tobacco also Adds to Oral Cancer Rise

Tobacco also Adds to Oral Cancer Rise

Following the Cancer Research study that highlighted alcohol as the main contender in the rise of oral cancers, tobacco has now been highlighted as a dangerous culprit. People that chew tobacco are at higher risk of getting oral cancer as the popularity of chewing tobacco rises, research has suggested. Tobacco chewing, which is popular with […]