Dental news you’ve missed this week
Missed out on this week’s dental news? No problem, here’s what happened over the past seven days…
We continue to hear your experiences of working on the frontline. This week Jamie Durrant-Fellows discusses his time on the frontline and the look of panic in some of his patient’s eyes.
Latest analysis from the Office for National Statistics shows that healthcare workers do not have higher rates of COVID-19 deaths compared with the general population.
Many associations and professionals are beginning to encourage a ‘back to work’ movement in dentistry. The BAPD kick started this by launching its recommendations on returning to clinical practice.
Following this, other dental organisations have joined forces to provide return-to-work guidelines.
And Lorna Gladwin gave her DFT guide to coming out the other side of COVID-19.
Andy Acton has given his thoughts on the important subject of managing costs through this coronavirus crisis. Before giving his advice on how practices can move forward.
As we move towards the next phase of lockdown recent studies show how looking after our oral health can help. Mouthwash has been shown to help lower COVID-19 transmissions.
You’ll be pleased to know the news this week wasn’t all about the coronavirus! Earlier this week we saw the release of 2020’s Dentistry Top 50 most influential people.
And Neel Barchha gave us his thoughts on what the future of dentistry might look like. Could it include drone technology?
Make sure you take a look at the latest webinars happening over on Dentistry Study Club. Next week we have:
- Steps to success using Philips Zoom! whitening gel – with Andrew Wallace – Tuesday 19 May at 19:00
- Free infection control webinar: COVID-19 – another virus for us to work with in dentistry – with Michelle Meredith – Thursday 21 May at 19:00.
Cashflow has never been more important.
Rangewell are Dentistry.co.uk’s official access to finance partner throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
Rangewell’s free service and direct access to the high street banks as well as specialist lenders means they can help with every type of business finance. Click here or call 020 3936 8877 for more information.
Follow Dentistry.co.uk on Instagram to keep up with all the latest dental news and trends.