It’s been a busy week for dental news. Missed it? Here’s what’s happened over the past seven days…
Health Secretary Steve Barclay claimed that ‘around two thirds of dentists do not go on to do NHS work’ when discussing the NHS Long Term Workforce Plan.
However he was meant to say ‘around one third of dentists do not do NHS work’, according to a ministerial correction on the UK parliament Hansard.
The inaccurate claim was quoted to support a potential new policy to encourage dental graduates to work within the NHS.
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As past president of the Womxn in Dentistry society at KCL, Faridah Otulana explains why it is so important and how she feels as a Black Muslim woman in dentistry.
Almost one in four UK practitioners who are administering aesthetic injections such as Botox are dentists – and 8% are dental nurses, new research has revealed.
With labs at the cutting edge of dentistry, Ashley Byrne discusses the value of outside influence and looking beyond the lab industry.
More than six million adults failed to get an NHS dental appointment in the last two years, statistics suggest, sparking calls for urgent reform.
Tracie Barnett shares her top five reasons why systems are important in a practice and the importance of getting your team on board.
Ken Finlayson, chairman of FMC, has successfully walked the Camino for charity in memory of his son.
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