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
Can sugar cause cancer? It seems that evidence pointing this way was discovered in a study funded by the sugar industry nearly 50 years ago.
BDA verdict: The gradual reduction in the use of dental amalgam must be supported by investment in strategies to prevent tooth decay
Spend dentistry cash on dentistry, Welsh health boards urged. A row has broken out over funding for new NHS dental patients in Wales.
The FGDP (UK) has cautiously welcomed the deferral of a decision on whether to recommend the HPV vaccination to boys.
New initiative from the Oral Health Foundation to assess and tackle problems with the way that dental emergencies are handled by A&E departments.
Long-tailed macaques practice good dental hygiene, researchers found when they followed a troupe around a coastal village
GDC publishes first analysis of fitness to practise case data
Holyrood is waking up to the threat of oral cancer, as MSPs prepare to tackle a condition that kills more people than road traffic accidents
Dentists are twice as likely to be sued than a decade ago as “no win, no fee” lawyers use “aggressive tactics” to target the profession