The checklist includes failing to note patients’ allergies and not screening for mouth cancers during check-ups.
Disruption to the body's internal clock may put people at increased risk of mood disorders
National Smile Month, organised by charity the Oral Health Foundation, is the UK’s largest and longest-running campaign to promote good oral health.
Certain bacteria are more abundant on white patches compared to healthy sites in the same patient.
The BDA's 2017-18 round of Honour and Awardees received their accolades on Thursday 10 May.
A new app which allows air ambulance services to view patients before they arrive to treat them is being trialled in two areas of England.
The BDA has expressed its disappointment that Ministers have refused to countenance any exemptions for primary care providers
Drinks from three of the UK's largest cinema chains have been found to contain unacceptably high levels of bacteria
The BDA is lending its support to a campaign to ban the sale of energy drinks to under-16s.
There is some research that indicates that poor oral health may contribute to the risk of falls.
Losing two or more teeth in middle age is associated with increased cardiovascular disease risk
Tens of thousands of NHS staff could be trained in the use of artificial intelligence and robotics, Jeremy Hunt has announced.
BDA Scotland is piloting a new stop smoking referral card, designed to help fight the rising tide of oral cancers in Scotland.
The 19th annual Conference of Scottish Local Dental Committees was held on 20 April 2018
White paper and a practical guide as part of project which aims to bring attention to periodontal health as a priority area for policy worldwide.
Artificial sweeteners change how the body processes fat and gets its energy.
Self-medication for dental pain with paracetamol reported as a significant cause of accidental overdose and potential liver failure.
Dental anxiety can heavily impact you psychologically and socially, leading to feelings such as shame, poor self-confidence and social isolation.
From 25 May 2018, which means patients will be offered a choice about how their information is used for research and planning of NHS and care services
Former Liverpool reality TV star, Chelsey Harwood, was found guilty of offering illegal tooth whitening.
Claims relating to the diagnosis and treatment of periodontal disease are on the increase.
A&E waiting times have dropped to a new record worst level in England, figures show.
The new material is comprised of a resin embedded with the antibacterial agent imidazolium.
Children and adolescents living in rural areas had a lower risk of cavities than their age cohorts in larger towns and cities.
FGDP has welcomed the new sugar tax as a ‘game-changer’ for oral health
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