This fact sheet explains the causes of bad breath,
and the steps you can take to reduce or prevent it.
This fact sheet explains what to do when a dental
A dry mouth (or xerostomia) is due to decreased
saliva flow or changes in the amount of saliva
produced. It can be mild or severe and often
develops gradually. This fact sheet explains what
causes a dry mouth and what you should do about it.
This fact sheet explains the two most common forms
of gum disease: gingivitis and periodontitis.
Gingivitis is inflammation that affects the gums
only. Plaque causes the gums to become red, swollen
and tender. The gums bleed easily ...
HIV and your oral health
This fact sheet explains changes that can occur in
the mouths of people with HIV and steps they can
take to maintain oral health.
Mouth sores can be caused by infection,injury or
oral cancer. This fact sheet explains some common
mouth sores,their symptoms and treatment.
This fact sheet discusses tooth decay, or dental
caries, which causes holes or structural damage in
teeth. It provides information on its causes, and
tips on how to reduce the risk of tooth decay for
both adults and infants.
This fact sheet identifies the types of tooth wear,
and discusses the causes of dental erosion and how
you can minimise the risk.