How to be kind to your teeth this Easter

How to be kind to your teeth this Easter

Easter is fast approaching, and we all know that this a hugely tempting time to indulge in sugary chocolate Easter eggs, which can play havoc with your teeth. So, how do you enjoy some chocolate this weekend and look after your oral health at the same time? We’ve put...
Stress Awareness Month: how does stress affect your teeth?

Stress Awareness Month: how does stress affect your teeth?

Did you know that April is Stress Awareness Month? There’s no doubt that we’ve all experienced stress during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Mental Health Foundation, 74% of UK adults have felt so stressed at some point over the last year they felt overwhelmed...
No Smoking Day: 10 March

No Smoking Day: 10 March

Today is ‘No Smoking Day’, providing the opportunity to get people thinking about a positive, smoke-free future. This national campaign, developed collaboratively between ASH and Breathe 2025 with support from PHE Marketing, GM Health and Social Care Partnership and...
National Dentist’s Day: 6 March

National Dentist’s Day: 6 March

This Saturday 6 March is National Dentist’s Day! Why mark National Dentist’s Day? Originally established in America, National Dentist’s Day is an opportunity to raise awareness of the work of the dentists all over the world. Every day, dentists at Honour Health are...
Three main causes of tooth wear

Three main causes of tooth wear

Tooth wear is the progressive and irreversible loss of a tooth’s surface over time. Our teeth will naturally experience some minor wear over the course of the years, but it’s important to know about three key factors – abrasion, attrition and erosion – which can cause...