The British Dental Association has condemned ministerial indifference as new statistics show the child tooth decay crisis continues to grow
Proposals have been made by Universities UK (UUK) that would see significant detrimental changes being made to the Universities Superannuation Scheme
Oral health problems such as gum disease and tooth loss have been linked to frailty in older British men, a new study has revealed
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.
NHS England plans to cut indigestion and dandruff prescriptions, and cough mixtures, laxatives and sun cream would also be reined in under proposals
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 General Dental Council publishes their response and next steps to your views on reforming dental regulation
BDA Northern Ireland has welcomed news that the five Health and Social Care Trusts consultations on savings plans for 2017/18 are now on hold
Public Health England has confirmed that honoraria will be paid to all dental practices who agree to host for the Oral Health Survey of Adults
The BDA is advising dentists in England, Scotland and Wales, that new regulations will come into force on 1 January 2018