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
BDA responds to a new report suggesting around 1.8m people aged 65+ in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, could have an urgent dental condition.
The BDA has called on ministers, health commissioners and cares to act on conclusions from a new Healthwatch report
The GDC has joined 8 other regulators in signing a joint statement following the NHS' publication of guidance on how to manage conflicts of interest.
Money pledged to expand dental services in Wales represents just 1/4 of the sum taken out of dental budget each year, says BDA.
Scottish Government risks raising the drawbridge to health professions, after bursary cut
Research on the effect of breastfeeding on children’s teeth found that if it continues for 2+ years the children are at a higher risk of dental caries
The Oral Health Foundation has welcomed new regulations clamping down on junk food advertising aimed at children.
A dental student from Sheffield University has appeared in court accused of preparing terrorist acts and possessing terrorist documents.
Scientists have known for decades that smoking cigarettes causes DNA damage, which leads to lung cancer.
Pressure on NHS practices blamed on underfunding and Brexit fears among overseas dentists
Faculty of Dental Surgery says ‘widespread misunderstanding’ among parents over when to visit dentist
Children who need a general anaesthetic (GA) to have decayed teeth removed miss at least five days off school.
Basic research has implications from lab-grown teeth to cancer research
Young people on the latest HIV drugs now have near-normal life expectancy because of improvements in treatments, a study in The Lancet suggests.