We spend so much energy in trying to help our patients that sometimes we forget to look after ourselves.
The dental industry is a major contributor to the overall healthcare carbon footprint.
The new guidance produced by the Royal College of Nursing includes input from the British Dental Association (BDA) as well as over 30 Royal Colleges.
With Brexit negotiations well underway, what does this mean for dental practices?
A new generation of products, using bioactive glass, are emerging.
Many dental offices are starting to take advantage of mobile apps to make it easier to manage dental practices.
Pharmacovigilance in dentistry contributes to the establishment of greater therapeutic safety and helps encourage rational dental prescribing
The timing of your practice sale is key in retirement planning and shouldn’t be an after-thought
Dr Rouven Bönsel presents the case study of a patient with a fractured crown.
The cosmetic industry has long been kept buoyant by a public who value now only how healthy their teeth are but also how they look.
New CPD requirements set out by the General Dental Council will be coming into effect this August.
Block chain technology is like a spreadsheet where anyone with access to the internet can view it.
Interview with data protection specialist lawyer, Sana Khan, where she answers common GDPR questions.
Financing the practice and choosing the right location and premises.
The flexibility of 3D printing allows designers to make changes easily without the need to set up additional equipment or tools.
Dental teams with good leadership consistently meet compliance requirements.
The growing involvement of AI in healthcare is inevitable, and the potential benefits could possibly outweigh the risks.
Success comes from being able to attract and retain employee talent.
Dr Richard Kahan discusses why you should be getting your endo right, first time
Nearly 10,000 years ago people living in a neolithic village in Pakistan had holes drilled into their teeth and survived the experience.
There are additional and enhanced considerations for the dental profession in the protection of dental patient’s and employees’ personal data.
NPL helps us understand how we think, how our use of language affects how we think and how others understand us.
Eating disorders cause tooth wear, which occurs when the outer tooth surface is lost as a result of chemical or mechanical activity in the mouth
The number of implant surgeries has increased, together, unfortunately, with the number of complications.
After the recent reports of illegal tooth whitening in the media, we re-visit the legislation surrounding this commonly sought-after procedure.
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