It’s been a busy week for dental news. Missed it? Here’s what’s happened over the past seven days…
The NHS Long Term Workforce Plan, published today, proposes plans to train thousands more dentists in England over the coming years.
As part of the plan, it will increase training places for dental therapists and hygiene professionals to more than 500 by 2031/32.
It will also increase training places for dentists by 40% to more than 1,100 by this same year.
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European dental qualifications will continue to be recognised in the UK for the next five years, the government announced this week.
Emily and Eleanor Pittard discuss what Pride Month really means, why it’s important and how practices and labs can show their support.
This month, The Secret Dentist asks: ‘When will we realise that nothing is going to happen without drastic action?’
Nearly four in five health practitioners report seeing higher rates of children’s tooth decay or damage.
The South West Dentistry show is touching down in Bristol tomorrow – register for free today so you don’t miss out.
As UK weather looks to cool down next week, why not brush up on your knowledge and attend our three fantastic webinars? They are:
- The benefits of using digital techniques in restorative dentistry – Dr Eoin O’Sullivan – Tuesday 4 July at 7pm
- Twenty years of ortho-restorative: taking your practice from analogue to digital – Mark Hughes – Wednesday 5 July at 7pm
- Mastering case acceptance strategies: unlocking growth potential for your private dental practice – Justin Leigh – Thursday 6 July at 7pm.
Don’t forget, all of our previous webinars are available On Demand.
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