CHARITY WINS AT PRIVATE DENTISTRY AWARDS!
TUESDAY 5TH NOVEMBER 2013
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- FOUNDER, MOUTH CANCER FOUNDATION – DR VINOD JOSHI
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One of the UK’s leading mouth cancer charities’, the Mouth Cancer Foundation, walked away with an encouraging £1373.20 in generous donations from guests attending the recent Private Dentistry Awards.
The Private Dentistry Awards, organised by FMC, have been created to recognise dental practices that go the extra mile in customer service, dental excellence and who constantly strive to provide the very best in dental care for their patients.
The founder of the Mouth Cancer Foundation, Dr Vinod Joshi says “We are delighted that we received an opportunity to attend such a prestigious event and are grateful to everyone for their substantial contributions. The Mouth Cancer Foundation relies on voluntary donations for all its activities and income, so rest assured that every penny the charity received is highly valued and put to important use.”
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The Mouth Cancer Foundation – mouthcancerfoundation.org
The Mouth Cancer Foundation is a registered charity no. 1109298.
Cancers can occur in any part of the mouth, tongue, lips, and adjacent areas like the throat, salivary glands, pharynx, larynx, sinus, and other sites in the head and neck area. In its very early stages, these Mouth Cancers can be easy to ignore.
1. An ulcer or white or red patch anywhere in the mouth that does not heal within 3 weeks
2. A lump or swelling anywhere in the mouth, jaw or neck that persists for more than 3 weeks
3. A difficulty in swallowing, chewing or moving the jaw or tongue
5. A numbness of the tongue or other area of the mouth
6. A feeling that something is caught in the throat
7. A chronic sore throat or hoarseness that persists more than 6 weeks
8. An unexplained loosening of teeth with no dental causePrivate Dentistry Donations PR 05.11.13.doc