Eating and mouth sores

If treatment has left your mouth in pain from mouth sores eating even the softest of foods can be difficult.Read more

Summer and oral health

Summer can throw your oral care routine out the window. It's a time when our delicious fruits are readily available, icecream becomes high on our food favourite and icy poles help with hydrating, all making for a high-in-sugar diet.

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Mouth sores

Certain chemotherapeutic drugs, immunotherapy, radiation therapy, and/or surgery can cause mouth sores to form on the inside lining of your mouth or on your lips.Read more

Your toothbrush

Oral care is so important. Clean your mouth and teeth gently every morning, evening and after each meal.

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Not negotiable

Chemotherapy can cause sores in the mouth and throat, as well as dryness, irritation or bleeding.

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