The EFP calls for action to reduce the burden of tooth decay and gum disease
Dentists who don’t renew their registration before 31st December 2017, will no longer be able to practise.
The BDA is pleased to see a common-sense solution to the issue of dental nurses in the face of the shortage of Hep B vaccinations.
The BDA is advising dentists in England, Scotland and Wales, that new regulations will come into force on 1 January 2018
BDA verdict: The gradual reduction in the use of dental amalgam must be supported by investment in strategies to prevent tooth decay
Long-tailed macaques practice good dental hygiene, researchers found when they followed a troupe around a coastal village
GDC publishes first analysis of fitness to practise case data
Holyrood is waking up to the threat of oral cancer, as MSPs prepare to tackle a condition that kills more people than road traffic accidents
Dentists are twice as likely to be sued than a decade ago as “no win, no fee” lawyers use “aggressive tactics” to target the profession
The GDC responds to the Department of Health consultation for views on what they need to do to protect the public
People from more deprived backgrounds in England twice as likely to be admitted to hospital in need of dental work as those who are better off
Twice as many children under the age of 10 receive hospital treatment for tooth decay as those treated for broken arms, figures for England show
Britain’s top dentist has hailed Portsmouth as a trailblazer for dental training excellence nationwide