Buying legitimate dental equipment is vital for the protection of patients, says the General Dental Council.
Figures on hospital waiting times obtained by the BDA show up to 400 children with tooth decay stuck on a treatment waiting list for up to six months
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.
Research on the effect of breastfeeding on children’s teeth found that if it continues for 2+ years the children are at a higher risk of dental caries
A former dental technician has been ordered to pay more than £10,000 after being convicted of offering tooth whitening illegally.
The British Dental Association (BDA) has responded to news from the Dental Schools Council (DSC) that suggests that dental academic staffing levels..
More than half of London children – nearly one million children in total – have not been seen by an NHS dentist in the past year.
The Oral Health Foundation has welcomed new regulations clamping down on junk food advertising aimed at children.
Researchers found that playing a popular physically-interactive, smartphone based game, like Pokémon GO, may actually promote exercise.
The ability to deliver postgraduate medical and dental education safely and effectively could be seriously undermined if proposed cuts in...
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.
A dental student from Sheffield University has appeared in court accused of preparing terrorist acts and possessing terrorist documents.
The British Dental Association (BDA) has expressed disappointment following the government's failure to deliver pledged reforms on patient protection.
Five dentists have received awards in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list, the British Dental Association reports.
Cheryl Brough, from Doncaster, pleaded guilty at Doncaster Magistrates’ court to one offence of illegal tooth whitening.
Hundreds of people are waiting to be registered with the Public Dental Service to be seen for the first time.