Latest News & Press Releases

Latest News & Press Releases

Dentists reiterate call for Public Health Warnings on Soft Drinks

The Irish Dental Association has warned that a diet high in sugary, energy-dense foods has serious implications not alone for dental health but can also lead to chronic health problems such as heart disease and diabetes.

Dentists say any Revenue from 'Sugar Tax' should go to dental care

The Irish Dental Association has called on the Government to ensure that all revenue raised from a proposed 'sugar tax' should go to financing the restoration of the two main dental schemes.

Children's Dental Health likened to Postcode Lottery

The provision of dental services for Irish children and special needs patients has been likened to a postcode lottery, with the standard of care and services across the country varying greatly depending on where one lives.

Irish Dental Association welcomes Regulation of Tooth Whitening

The Irish Dental Association has welcomed the passing of a new European Council Directive which regulates the use of hydrogen peroxide, the chemical used in tooth whitening products.

Drinkers and smokers 30 times more likely to develop Mouth Cancer

Survivors and mouth cancer experts are urging members of the public to avail of free mouth cancer examinations which are being offered today as part of an initiative to mark Mouth Cancer Awareness Day.

Free Mouth Cancer Examinations at 700 Dental Surgeries Nationwide

Free mouth cancer examinations will be available to members of the public at over 700 participating dental surgeries countrywide and at the Cork and Dublin Dental University Hospitals on Mouth Cancer Awareness Day, Wednesday 21st September 2011.

Dentists Warn of Danger of Tooth Whitening Products

Minister Urged to Support European Commission Plans for Proper Regulation of Sector

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