Calling all dental students!

Calling all students!

Haleon are here to help you through your dental schools’ training and have a range of condition and product based materials for you to download.

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Calling all dental students!

This page has been designed as a one-stop shop of resources which may be of use for your studies and clinical work as dental professionals – whether you are studying to be a dentist, hygienist, therapist or a dental nurse.

Whether you are looking for information on a specific condition area, such as erosive tooth wear or looking for support with patient examinations e.g. using BEWE or BPE, then we have resources which may help.

Topic areas include:

  • Erosive tooth wear and the BEWE
  • Periodontal disease management including the new S3 level treatment guidelines
  • Children’s oral health
  • Managing dentine hypersensitivity

We would love to know if there is other content you are looking for which we could offer. Please send us your suggestions click here.

Erosive tooth wear and the BEWE

BEWE introduction

A practical introduction to the BEWE

This video provides a practical demonstration of the BEWE examination for everyday practice and features Professor David Bartlett and Dr Saoirse O’Toole from Kings College London.

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David Bartlett

Why should I use the BEWE?

In this video Professor David Bartlett discusses the importance of using the BEWE for patients at risk of erosive tooth wear.

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Maximising intraoral fluoride

Pronamel toothpaste contains 1450ppm fluoride in an optimised formulation designed to maximise intraoral fluoride. By omitting components that inhibit fluoride uptake, this unique Pronamel dual-action formulation enhances remineralisation and inhibits demineralisation, strengthening and protecting enamel.

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BDJ article

Find out more about the need to monitor erosive tooth wear

This article written by members of the expert working party outlines the need to take practical steps to record and monitor erosive tooth wear in daily practice and highlights the potential risks if signs are ignored. It was originally featured in the British Dental Journal.


Brush Up Article

Brush up on CPD articles

Download this supplement with two articles to help you learn more about BEWE and erosive tooth wear:

  • Recognising and recording erosive tooth wear in clinical practice by Dr Saoirse O’Toole, Kings College London
  • The BEWE by Professor David Bartlett, Kings College London


BEWE reference quide

BEWE quick reference guide

This guide can be downloaded and printed for a quick access reminder of the BEWE scoring system and codes.


Periodontal disease management including the new S3 level guidelines

Corsodyl mode of action video

Sodium bicarbonate enhances plaque removal

Corsodyl Daily Gum Health Toothpaste contains sodium bicarbonate, which penetrates the plaque layer, disrupting the sticky polysaccharide matrix and loosening the structural integrity of the biofilm, which enhances the physical removal of plaque.

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Clinical study

Addressing oral health inequalities – Periodontal Disease and its classification

Confused about the implications of recent perio guidance? This article gives oversight on the current guidance on prevention and diagnosis of periodontal disease and outlines the support Haleon provide to dental professionals for prevention led care every day.


Patient journey planner

#BeGumWise patient touchpoint journey planner

This document developed as part of the #BeGumWise campaign highlights opportunities to communicate with patients outside of dental appointments to reinforce behaviour change messages for gum health.


Managing dentine hypersensitivity

Professor Barry Gibson

Patient-reported outcomes

Watch Barry Gibson, Professor of Medical Sociology at the School of Clinical Dentistry, University of Sheffield, UK, discuss the importance of patient-reported outcomes.

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Professor Peter Robinson

Why develop the DHEQ?

Watch Peter Robinson, Head of Bristol Dental School and Professor of Dental Public Health at the University of Bristol, UK, discuss why the Dentine Hypersensitivity Experience Questionnaire (DHEQ) was developed.

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Repair & Protect hypernova mode of action video

NovaMin helps protect against hypersensitivity

On making contact with saliva, NovaMin initiates a cascade of ionic exchanges, resulting in a rise in local pH level. This allows NovaMin particles to bind to collagen fibres in exposed dentine. Once bound, NovaMin particles act as calcium and phosphate reservoirs, forming a robust hydroxyapatite-like layer over exposed dentine tubules to help protect against dentine hypersensitivity pain.

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Stannous fluoride formulation mechanism of action

Stannous fluoride formulation accelerates occlusion of exposed dentine tubules

Sensodyne stannous fluoride formulations have a balance of active stannous fluoride and bio-adhesive polymer which accelerates occlusion of dentine tubules, providing relief from dentine hypersensitivity.

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Biting ability video

Biting ability

Dentures only restore one fifth of the masticatory efficiency of natural teeth. As a result, many patients cannot eat certain foods and are forced to adjust to a less interesting and nutritious diet.

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Oral environment video

Denture oral environment

Even if a denture looks clean, its surface can have pores and crevices that provide undisturbed habitats for microbial penetration and biofilm formation. Most pores are many times smaller than the width of a toothbrush bristle, making mechanical cleaning difficult.

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Role of fixatives

The role of fixatives

The oral musculature and functional movements of eating and speaking exert pressure on the dentures causing them to move in the mouth. Fixatives can help secure the denture.

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Clinical study

White paper on guidelines for the use of denture adhesives and their benefits for oral and general health

These guidelines sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline and developed by the Oral Health Foundation, guide dental professionals on the optimal use of denture adhesive creams. These are supported by best evidence and based on consensus from key international experts.


Clinical study

White paper on optimal care and maintenance of full dentures for oral and general health

Developed by a global expert taskforce as part of the Oral Health Foundation, sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline these guidelines provide guidance on optimal denture care. Supported by best evidence, they are based on consensus from key international experts.


Patient Leaflets

Toothbrushing advice poster

Toothbrushing advice poster

Increase your patients’ awareness of good toothbrushing practice. This poster includes top tips for toothbrushing and an example of proper technique.


Basic Erosive Wear

Erosive Tooth Wear BEWE Scoring Guide + Perio New Classification Reference Guide

This 2 sided leave piece contains a quick guide to the Basic Erosive Wear Examination as well as a guide to the 5 steps you need to follow to create a 'Patient Periodontal Statement'


Patient leaflet on erosive tooth wear

Patient leaflet on erosive tooth wear

Download, share and print this A4 leaflet on erosive tooth wear for patients including prevention advice


Children’s leaflet on erosive tooth wear

Children’s leaflet on erosive tooth wear

Download, share and print this leaflet on erosive tooth wear for parents including prevention advice.


Denture adhesive poster

Simple steps on how to apply a denture adhesive

This simple, visual aid provides 4 simple steps for applying a denture adhesive as part of a denture care routine.


Denture cleanser poster

Simple steps to keep dentures at their best

A simple daily routine for clean dentures, provided as a 4 step process, to help promote well-being and general health for denture wearers.


More resources for dental students

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Find out more about upcoming live webinars and watch webinars on-demand. These can contribute towards your continued professional development (CPD)

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Our condition overviews cover the causes and mechanisms behind oral health issues, as well as the impact they have on a patients’ quality of life. We also break down the gold standard guidelines on diagnosis and management.

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E-Learning Modules

Professional resources for CPD, research and science customised for you. You’ll be able to keep track of the modules you’ve completed, get recommendations and store CPD certifications.

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