Pharmacovigilance in dentistry contributes to the establishment of greater therapeutic safety and helps encourage rational dental prescribing
The number of implant surgeries has increased, together, unfortunately, with the number of complications.
A study by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania uncovered that the oral microbiome is affected by diabetes, increasing its pathogenicity
Stephen Knowles outlines the most common mistakes he sees when reviewing associate’s agreements.
A 26-year-old dentist has recently returned home from volunteering on a floating hospital, which docks in some of the poorest countries in the world
Vulnerable patients are ones who often need the most help in a healthcare setting, they don’t always get the care they need, writes Sean Murray
Sean Murray looks at the motivations, opportunities and benefits to think about when considering a postgraduate MBA qualification
Sean Murray looks at the concerted effort being made to reduce the amount of sugar in our diets and asks if it can be successful
Sean Murray looks at the growing prevalence of blended learning, which combines the positives of both distance e-learning and classroom learning
James Bannister looks at how you could soon be learning new techniques through all the magic and wonder of virtual reality
Sean Murray looks at recent reports on the rise of DIY dentistry in the UK and asks if this issue has become as widespread as claimed
Angharad Jones looks at Nicorinse, a smoking cessation aid that comes in the form of a mouthwash
Angharad Jones looks at traditional learning vs eLearning for health professionals
Adam Shaw asks what impression do your patients get when they walk into your surgery?
Smile-on News looks at the impact bulimia can have on teeth and the role dentists have in minimising tooth wear
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