The Dental Defence Union (DDU) is warning dental professionals to ensure patients have read and understood the rules about NHS fee exemptions
The GDC has published a series of guidance documents for dental professionals and CPD providers, ahead of the launch of enhanced CPD next year
The BDA has challenged the GDC to explain its failure to reduce registration fees levels for 2018
In separate cases, two women from Kidderminster and Doncaster have pleaded guilty to practising dentistry illegally following prosecutions by the GDC.
The General Dental Council has removed two dental nurses from the register of dental professionals following a prosecution for fraud.
A former Dentist has been fined thousands of pounds after pleading guilty to five charges of practising dentistry illegally
The GDC has joined 8 other regulators in signing a joint statement following the NHS' publication of guidance on how to manage conflicts of interest.
Money pledged to expand dental services in Wales represents just 1/4 of the sum taken out of dental budget each year, says BDA.
Man pleads guilty to fraud charges following illegal tooth whitening prosecution
Scottish Government risks raising the drawbridge to health professions, after bursary cut
Buying legitimate dental equipment is vital for the protection of patients, says the General Dental Council.
A dentist has been removed from the General Dental Council’s (GDC) register of dental professionals after a series of failings which span 12 years.
A former dental technician has been ordered to pay more than £10,000 after being convicted of offering tooth whitening illegally.
A woman from Croydon has been given a £22,000 settlement from her dentist after she says a root canal went wrong, the Croydon Guardian reports.
Nursing leaders are warning the NHS in Scotland has "too few nurses" after vacancies rose to record levels.
A group of men standing around a desk: it is not the typical image that goes viral online.
More than 100,000 people with dental problems are turning to A&E every year, costing the NHS millions of pounds, according to new research.
Cutting hospital beds and using the money for care at home could mean better treatment for patients, according to NHS England's chief nursing officer.
Ambulance services are struggling to reach seriously ill and injured patients