Cancer Research UK says people born between early 80s and mid-90s set to overtake baby boomers.
Children assessed as "in need of extra help" by council child protection teams have experienced or witnessed domestic violence.
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 FGDP (UK) has cautiously welcomed the deferral of a decision on whether to recommend the HPV vaccination to boys.
The BDA has welcomed a new report from the Nuffield Trust that lifts the lid on huge gaps for dental patients across England
Twice as many children under the age of 10 receive hospital treatment for tooth decay as those treated for broken arms, figures for England show
The Faculty of General Dental Practice UK (FGDP(UK)) says further action is needed to tackle the nation’s sugar habit
Patients could be the victims of a £500m-a-year cost incurred in the health system if Brexit negotiations end arrangements between the UK and the EU
The Dental Defence Union (DDU) is warning dental professionals to ensure patients have read and understood the rules about NHS fee exemptions
In separate cases, two women from Kidderminster and Doncaster have pleaded guilty to practising dentistry illegally following prosecutions by the GDC.
The government has been accused of letting down children in England following the launch of an unfunded programme to tackle child tooth decay.
The BMA responds to reports that the public sector pay cap is to be scrapped by the end of next year
The British Dental Association has responded to feedback from members impacted by the global shortage of Hepatitis B Vaccine.
The British Dental Association Wales has reacted to new figures showing that tooth decay remains the leading reason for children ending up in hospital
The BDA has called on government to act as new figures show nearly 42% of children in England are missing out on free dental care.
Dentist leaders have accused the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) of leaving 400,000 boys a year at risk of cancer