Bite back at mouth cancers

The combination of pearly-white teeth and healthy gums peeping out from behind an attractive smile has long been recognised as a desirable feature.

12th July, 2008

The combination of pearly-white teeth and healthy gums peeping out from behind an attractive smile has long been recognised as a desirable feature.

But when it comes to caring for our mouths, it seems a visit to the dentist is not top of the list. Irish people are instead increasingly choosing to visit cosmetic and dental clinics to give their mouths a super, superficial makeover.

With so much care and attention given to our smiles,...

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