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Should I be worried about mouth cancer?

In the UK, more than 7,800 people were diagnosed with mouth cancer last year, says Ipswich dentist Malcolm Harbour, the principal dentist at Harbour Dental Care in Ipswich High Street. The number of people being diagnosed with mouth cancer has grown by around a third in the last decade and it remains one of very […]

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Dental checks remain hugely important for OAPs

Denture wearers – and even those with no natural teeth left – are being reminded by our Ipswich dentist of the importance of attending the dentist regularly. As we get older it can become more difficult to visit the dentist because of ill health, mobility issues, having to rely on lifts from other people and […]

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It’s time to fit your own oxygen mask first

In a mid-air emergency, we are always told to fit our own oxygen mask first. This is to ensure we are able to help our loved ones in a calm, considerate and efficient manner – whilst being able to breathe ourselves! It may sound selfish but it is absolutely essential – and not just in […]

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Don’t ignore these signs of mouth cancer, warn Ipswich dentists

As part of Mouth Cancer Action Month in November, organiser the Oral Health Foundation and the Ipswich dentists at Harbour Dental Care, are challenging people to check for any unusual changes inside their mouths. They have issued the challenge due to the shocking rise in mouth cancer cases in recent years and the continued importance […]

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Ipswich dentist says early diagnosis of mouth cancer saves lives

Ipswich dentist, Malcolm Harbour, explains that more than 2,000 people lose their life to mouth cancer in the UK every year. Although the number of mouth cancer cases has increased steadily over the last decade, more people are being treated successfully and are living for longer. Early detection for mouth cancer results in a survival […]

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Early detection of mouth cancer saves lives in Ipswich

In the UK, more than 6,700 people were diagnosed with mouth cancer last year. The disease has grown by a third in the last decade – and remains one of very few cancers that are predicted to increase further in the coming years. Mouth cancer can affect anybody – that’s why it’s so important that […]

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