Halitosis (bad breath) is common and widespread, and can have a significant impact on quality of life.Read more...

The eviDent Foundation office will be closed from 1pm on 20 December 2019 and will reopen at 9am on 6 January 2020.Read more...

Without early diagnosis, the survival rate for oral cancer is just 20 - 30%. eviDent researchers are working on tools to increase early diagnosis of this devastating disease. Your support will help fund eviDent’s vital research in this area.Read more...

eviDent stimulates real life research that is relevant to what most dental practitioners do.Read more...

Visit the Westpac Workplace Banking website and enter this code: EVIDENT18 to access discounts and benefits on a wide range of Westpac everyday banking products and services such as loans, credit cards and bank accounts. And the great news is at the same time you will be helping the eviDent Foundation continue to fund important ground-breaking research to improve the oral and dental health of Australians.Read more...

Have you ever received an unwanted Christmas gift? You are not alone. Almost three-quarters of people are estimated to have received at least one unwanted gift for Christmas.Read more...

The University of Melbourne Dental School and the eviDent Foundation are offering the opportunity for a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) position within our team, as part of our practice-based research project.Read more...

A HUGE thank you to our Mouthguard March partners, who helped raise valuable funds for our research projects by providing custom-fitted mouthguards to protect against serious injuries, such as a broken jaw, cut lips and tongues, and cracked, fractured or knocked-out teeth:Read more...

Harmony MD have created a timeless children's picture book with the aim to help children who are afraid of the dentist. They are generously donating 5% of proceeds to eviDent Foundation, to help fund vital dental research.Read more...

The Melbourne Dental School, in collaboration with the Department of General Practice at The University of Melbourne and eviDent Foundation, is conducting an important study (iDENTify) that aims to investigate whether screening for type 2 diabetes in a private oral healthcare setting using the diabetes risk questionnaire (AUSDRISK) will help improve identification of asymptomatic individuals with undiagnosed diabetes or a risk of developing type 2 diabetes.Read more...

eviDent Foundation would like to warmly welcome Professor Stuart Dashper to our Board.Read more...