4 April 2017
‘A visit to the dentist is about more than looking after our teeth and gums, it could also save our life’. This is the message from the team at Brighton’s dental Health Spa as they get set to compete in the BM10k and raise awareness for a cause very close to their hearts – the growing cases of mouth cancer.
The team, from the practice on Queens Road, will be taking to the streets of Brighton on Sunday 9 April for the BM10k to improve education, as well as valuable donations, for the Oral Health Foundation’s Mouth Cancer Action campaign.
With cases of mouth cancer in the United Kingdom increasing by a third in the last decade alone, dental Health Spa, who will be dressed as giant red mouths, are looking to use the annual ten-kilometer race as an opportunity to address the current mouth cancer epidemic by teaching residents to be aware of any changes in their mouth.
Christina Chatfield, Clinical Director of dental Health Spa, explained why the team are ta…

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