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13:02

LifeStyle

Mijas Rotary Club launches dental appeal

Tony Bryant

The Rotary Club Mijas International is appealing to local dentists and dental technicians to assist with its initiative to supply free treatment to the homeless. This is the second year the Rotary Club has organised the project, which began after ... the association was informed that some of the homeless people had struggled to eat the food contained in the charity parcels distributed over the festive period. Several Fuengirola dentists have so far joined the scheme, including Clínica Dental ... Noruega, Clínica Dental Monteblanco and the Francisco Terriente Dental Laboratory. The Rotary Club wants to hear from dentists who would like to become involved. The club meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month in the Da Bruno restaurant in

11:59

LifeStyle

Dental clinic group opens fifth local facility

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Grupo Dental Clinics group has just opened its new facilities in Los Boliches, Fuengirola. The building, covering more than 300 square metres, features the latest technology and a modern, state-of-the-art design. The new clinic is on Avenida ... de Las Salinas, very near the train station and one of the busiest areas of Los Boliches. This is the fifth Grupo Dental Clinics centre on the Costa and there are plans to open new clinics in Nerja and Malaga. Hundreds of patients of several different ... nationalities, as well as staff and suppliers, attended the opening ceremony last Friday evening. Dr Ariel Bilbao Góngora, owner of the Fuengirola clinic, said that the new facility aimed to be “a leading light in dental care” in the area.

15:29

LifeStyle

A variety of models in the rest of Europe

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...the cost. The other countries have a dental health system which is either State-funded or mixed, according to the report from the Spanish Dental Association. As well as the Spanish model and the other Mediterranean countries, the study highlights five ... others: The Nordic model (Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden) consists of a public dental service which is accessible to everyone, free for children (in some cases up to the age of 19) and with extensive facilities for adults. In the case of Sweden and ... Denmark, orthodontics are included for children, and in Finland free dental treatment is provided for priority groups (under-18s, people with psychological disability, those with chronic illnesses and recovering addicts). The Eastern European model (Czech

12:32

LifeStyle

Singing for a new smile

AMANDA SALAZAR

...auditorium. The aim is to raise enough funds to give a new smile to Míriam Gómez, a 34-year-old woman with Down's syndrome. Míriam has to undergo expensive dental work due to a serious mouth infection. Her mother, Inmaculada Gómez, is moving heaven and

19:15

Opinion

Filling groovy

Peter Edgerton

...entirely useless tongue, gum and lip shots, I managed to take a definitive snap. It just looked like a load of teeth and fillings to me but José's secretary said it was good and gave me an appointment for non-urgent dental shenanigans. I can't arrive

11:09

LifeStyle

Residents find lifestyle ideas and advice at 50 Plus show

SUR IN ENGLISH

Insurance, health, gardening, dental, and creative companies came together last weekend at the 50 Plus Lifestyle Expo to offer advice and answer questions. This year's exhibition took place at the IPV Palace in Fuengirola for the first time and was

18:31

LifeStyle

What exactly goes into all those sweets?

ELENA MARTÍN

...around 400 to 500 calories per 100 grammes, but they are empty calories. They have no nutritional value and eating too many increases the risk of dental caries and obesity - 35 per cent of children between the ages of eight and 16 in Spain are overweight.

14:54

LifeStyle

The sweetest killer

FERMÍN APEZTEGUÍA

...relationship between sugar and cardiovascular illnesses isn’t really clear, but nobody doubts that there is a direct connection with the appearance and development of diabetes, hepatic toxicity, joint pain and dental caries, which is not a minor problem in an

11:38

National

Charity report says 8.5 million in Spain suffer from social exclusion

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

...mortgage; four young people whose rent goes up; or a worker who has to pay for some emergency dental treatment. There are different situations that can lead to social exclusion." The study also states that there are 8.5 million people living in social

15:32

LifeStyle

A kick in the teeth

SUSANA ZAMORA

Ten years of economic crisis have left their mark on people’s spending power in Spain, and a lack of money has also had an effect on their dental health. Many of those who used to visit the dentist regularly, aiming for perfect, blindingly white ... the more vulnerable groups (the unemployed and those with little money). “Genetic code determines some dental illnesses, but so does people’s postcode”Experts say neglecting dental health can lead to more serious problems in the futureNow, José ... María Suárez, president of the College of Odontologists of La Coruña, says the situation has not improved: four out of every ten patients no longer go for regular checkups. “By 2007 and 2008 we had reached acceptable levels of dental health, but from