A school head teacher is among more than 90 people objecting to a new fast food restaurant in Llanishen, Cardiff.
New data published by Dental Protection reveals almost 40% of estimated annual claims costs related to cases where treatment started 10+ years prior.
Fluoride exposure may lead to a reduction in kidney and liver function among adolescents, according to a study published by Mount Sinai researchers.
Researchers at USC have discovered how genes for the roots of teeth turn on and off, a key step on the path to someday regrowing the teeth themselves.
The BDA has called on the government to ensure all members of the NHS Pension scheme benefit from new pledges made to senior medics.
Parts of Wales are facing a lack of NHS dentists, according to an AM who has urged the health board to act.
The Portman Group has revealed deadline for new labels on alcoholic drinks displaying updated CMO advice on low risk drinking guidelines.
The British Dental Association (BDA) has welcomed news of House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee’s inquiry into dental services.
The UK Government says England will be smoke-free by 2030. But how will it get there?
BDA Scotland is calling on the Scottish Government to accept DDRB recommendation of an above inflation 2.5% pay rise for General Dental Practitioners.
The Dental Defence Union is advising dental practices to ensure their policies are updated to accommodate patients with assistance dogs.
Earlier this month, the Scottish Government announced new arrangements for QI activities for the forthcoming three-year cycle 2019/22.
The NI Dental Practice Committee has voiced concern over the number of errors found in the 2018-19 Statement of Dental Remuneration published 24 June.
The BDA has called on government to set out realistic next steps for healthcare regulation in order to pull plans of reform from the long grass.
Bupa Dental Care practices across the UK have partnered with charities to provide recuperative care to children affected by Chernobyl disaster.
With the soft drinks industry levy facing an uncertain future, BDA has urged Stormont authorities to use the windfall to improve children's health.
A new study by Tel Aviv University researchers finds potent antibacterial capabilities in novel dental restoratives, or filling materials.