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Learn more at the Dentistry Show and the British Dental Conference about how Chewing sugarfree gum could save the NHS £8.2 million a year

02 March 2016

The Wrigley Oral Healthcare Programme team is pleased to announce that the authors of the study – “Oral health promotion: the economic benefits to the NHS of increased use of sugarfree gum in the UK” – recently published in the British Dental Journal will present their findings at a symposia at the Dentistry Show (22-23 April 2016) and the British Dental Conference and Exhibition in (26 – 28 May 2016).


Join Professor Liz Kay of Peninsula Dental School and Lindsay Claxton, a Research Consultant at York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) at their symposia entitled “Conquering tooth decay: How sugarfree gum can help reduce the cost burden of oral disease”  to learn more about how chewing sugarfree gum could save the NHS £8.2 million a year.

Visit our stand at the Dentistry Show (J10) and the British Dental Conference and Exhibition (C63) to learn more about the Wrigley Oral Healthcare Programme, our CPD offering and obtain samples and educational materials that will help you talk to your patients about the role of sugarfree gum as part of a good oral health regime.

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