Dentistry CPD: new this week – award-winning single-tooth composite
Dentistry CPD is a hub of activity delivering CPD for thousands of delegates and all completely for free.
Launching earlier this year, there are already more than 200 courses available to view. With something available for all members of the dental team covering all dental interests.
- Quick and easy-to-read slides
- Regular video lectures
- Create your own Personal Development Plan
- CPD tracker helps you easily log and view your CPD across your five-year cycle
- Live and On Demand webinars
- Get enhanced CPD for recommended topics and personal interests
- Store your certificates from Dentistry CPD and externally all in one place.
To register for free, simply visit www.dentistry.co.uk/cpd.
New this week
Dentist Luke Hutchings’ award-winning single-tooth composite case from the recent Aesthetic Dentistry Awards.
The patient attended surgery complaining of an un-aesthetic composite that was placed an unknown number of years ago.
The prompt to treat in this circumstance was a recent fracture of the existing restoration.
Clinical examination of the patient’s teeth showed a poorly integrated, large class 4 restoration to the UR1, retained by two dentine pins.
To read this article in full, and gain one hour of CPD, simply visit cpd.dentistry.co.uk/courses/award-winning-single-tooth-composite.
Trending this week on Dentistry CPD
Updates to IRMER regulations
IR(ME)R updated its guidance on significant accidental or unintended exposures (SAUE) on 24 August 2020.
Hospitals and dental practices widely use medical ionising radiation to help diagnose and treat conditions. Examples are X-rays and CBCT scans.
The regulations aim to make sure that clinicians use scans safely to protect patients from the risk of harm when exposed to ionising radiation.
To read this article in full, and gain one hour of CPD, simply visit cpd.dentistry.co.uk/courses/updates-to-irmer-regulations.
To register for Dentistry CPD and gain access to hundreds of hours of CPD for free, simply visit www.dentistry.co.uk/cpd.