Missed out on last week’s dental news? Here’s what happened over the past seven days…
MPs heard the facts about the state of NHS dentistry in the first public evidence session into the Health and Social Care Committee’s NHS dentistry inquiry.
This aims to deepen MPs’ and the public’s understanding of the problems people are having in accessing NHS dentistry.
The dental profession is calling for urgent change after a new study reveals no improvement in decay levels among children in England.
As the holy month of Ramadan starts for Muslims around the world, Sakina Syed explains how fasting can impact oral health.
Alison Edisbury talks through why it’s important to not bow to pressure to have children if you feel it isn’t right for you.
A dentist who volunteers in schools has said that some children in Norfolk ‘have never seen a toothbrush’.
As part of our Celebrating Women in Dentistry campaign, we are hosting a live webinar discussion next week – sign up now!
We have two great webinars for you next week:
- Digital implant dentistry – simplifying the multi-disciplinary case – Sinead McEnhill – Tuesday 28 March at 7pm
- Celebrating women in dentistry – Linda Greenwall, Manrina Rhode, Dr Martina Hodgson, Uchenna Okoye, Nishma Sharma, Angela Auluck, Kreena Patel and Lauren Long – Thursday 30 March at 7pm.
Don’t forget, all of our previous webinars are available On Demand.
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