Missed out on this week’s dental news? Here’s what happened over the past seven days…
This week, we saw a patient detail his decision to take a plane to Nepal to fix his dental decay after failing to secure a dental appointment in the UK.
The story – which was reported in The Telegraph – is one of many instances of dental tourism to surface in recent months.
With the Conservative leadership contest heating up – and Rishi Sunak promising to deliver on NHS dentistry – there is significant pressure on the government to act.
Conservative leadership candidate Rishi Sunak says he will ‘restore’ NHS dentistry if he becomes the next British Prime Minister.
A family of Ukrainian dentists have described the ‘sad’ realities of passing the overseas registration exam to practise UK dentistry.
Japan is urging young people to drink more alcohol in a bid to boost the country’s economy. Yes, you did read that right!
A new test that uses artificial intelligence to detect oral cancer has kicked off in the hope of improving early cancer detection rates.
We hear from Sabrina Griffith who speaks exclusively to us about her experience with Durr Dental’s Mylunos air polishing system.
Here’s a list of the webinars we have coming up:
- Aesthetic crown lengthening – a consideration in bonding, orthodontics and restorative dentisty – Dr Azim Malik – Tuesday 23 August at 7pm
- Non-surgical periodontal regeneration – Dr Hiten Halai – Tuesday 30 August at 7pm.
Don’t worry if you’ve missed out on any webinars we’ve ran recently. You can catch up with all of them On Demand.
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