The family run private and Denplan practice aims to provide consistently high standards of dentistry in a professional yet friendly environment.  Post graduate training is very much to the fore at the Red House with Practice owner, Richard Marsden, recently gaining the Certificate in Dental Implantology from the Cambridge Academy of Dental Implantology.

Signups are flooding in but there is still time to enter the FREE event and join our walkers on a great day out. The Mouth Cancer 10KM Awareness Walk continues to be a hugely successful event that helps us raise awareness and much needed funds for head and neck cancer patients.

We know that our charity leaflets are an important source of information for many of you. We have therefore decided to make them available in Punjabi so we can educate more patients about risks and symptoms of mouth cancers.

Therefore our colleagues from the European Head and Neck Cancer Society (EHNS) are organising a Make Sense Campaign which is taking place during the first European Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week between 23rd and 27th September 2013.

Taking place throughout November, the British Dental Health Foundation, sponsored by Denplan and also supported by Dentists’ Provident and the Association of Dental Groups (ADG), and the Mouth Cancer Foundation will be calling on dentists, doctors and pharmacists to educate members of the general public about a disease that kills more people in the UK than testicular and cervical cancer combine

St James’s Place Foundation’s Susan Caplan says “St James’s Place Foundation is delighted to be able to give the Mouth Cancer Foundation £2,500 towards the Mouth Cancer Screening Accreditation Scheme.   My husband, Stuart, knows firsthand what it is like to experience tongue cancer after suffering with a number of symptoms for a year which four do

Our 8th annual Mouth Cancer 10KM Awareness Walk is just 2 months away. The walk is designed to increase awareness and through fundraising allows the charity to provide support for mouth cancer patients and carers. It is also a great opportunity for everyone to meet in Hyde Park to celebrate survivorship, remember lost dear ones and have fun.