Dentists are often the first health professionals to detect oral cancer during routine check-ups.
Government urged to protect dentists from the rising cost of clinical negligence.
The emotions that accompany this milestone are extremely varied.
Practices are requested that, when they renew the adrenaline in their anaphylaxis kits they order ampoules.
Health Secretary's flagship prevention-focused vision for the NHS omits to meaningfully engage on preventable oral diseases.
Almost half of British adults admit to not having any understanding about mouth cancer.
The changes are aimed at providing flexibility for businesses so they can take full advantage of the benefits of employing apprentices.
Issues around consent also often feature in clinical negligence claims.
A teenager died from a heart infection after visiting the dentist but doctors failed to pick up the condition, an inquest has heard.
New dental adhesive prevents tooth decay around orthodontic brackets.
An international mission has treated some 1,500 displaced refugees in Lebanon.
Common oral infections can be prevented with ‘rechargeable’ bacteria-killing and fungi-killing dentures.
Two new pieces of pioneering research have given hope that this could one day be a reality.
Dentist Dr Mehrdad Mokhtari has conquered the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for charity and awareness of mouth cancer.
People with severe mental illness (SMI) suffer significantly worse physical health compared to the general population.
GDC tried to impose a warning on a dentist over a traffic offence.
The Standards act as a guide to personal or practice-based quality assessment.
Dental and medical leaders have stated the DDRB's role to guarantee the independence of pay awards has been eroded over time.
The BDA has welcomed commitments on oral health from the London Mayor within the new London Health Inequalities Strategy.
PHE encourages people to join in the mass quit attempt, Stoptober, and get the right stop smoking support for them.
New guidelines to address the needs an ageing population and tackle inconsistent and contradictory advice.
A comprehensive survey of ingredients in yogurts highlights high sugar levels in many.
Researchers statistically tested the relationship between witnessing school violence in and subsequent antisocial behaviour.
Report giving the most comprehensive picture of the health of England today and into the future.
The General Dental Council has published a report on whistleblowing disclosures.
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