It’s been a busy week for dental news. Missed it? Here’s what’s happened over the past seven days…
Members of Parliament today called for ‘rapid and timely action’ as they lay out their concerns over the future of NHS dentistry services in a new report.
Released yesterday, the Health and Social Care Committee unveiled its ninth report into dentistry of the 2022-23 period.
It stated: ‘It is frustrating to have to return to recommendations made by our predecessor Committee fifteen years ago that still haven’t been implemented. Rarely has an inquiry been more necessary.’
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A 6% uplift on dentists’ pay has been accepted by the government amidst conversations over the future of NHS dentistry.
We hear from figures in dentistry who share their thoughts on the details of the NHS Long Term Workforce Plan.
Parents can significantly impact the healthy oral habits for their children by modelling healthy behaviours, says a new study.
Following a 40% rise in deaths caused by liver cancer in a decade, a leading health charity has called for urgent action.
Emma Petty answers the most common questions about Meta’s Threads and explores how dentists can incorporate it.
Matt Everatt talks about this year’s award opportunities for the laboratory community – and why you should enter!
We have a whole variety of webinars available in our On Demand section– don’t forget to check them out.
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