It’s been a busy week for dental news. Missed it? Here’s what’s happened over the past seven days…
A dental technician who fell short on his CPD requirements after being diagnosed with a brain tumour has slammed the GDC for its handling of his case.
Two years ago, Simon Barrington was diagnosed with a brain tumour while working as a dental technician. He underwent significant neurosurgery to remove it.
According to Simon, he was unaware of new CPD changes and did not manage to meet the requirement within that year. This resulted in his removal from the GDC register.
What do you think about the GDC’s handling of the case? Email [email protected].
More than one third of dentists are using artificial intelligence in their practice – while 77% of dentists report positive results, according to a new study.
Swapping cigarettes for vapes could save the NHS ‘more than half a billion a year’ and cut back smoking-related hospital admissions by 13%.
Dentistry Cribs – DRMR
In this episode of Dentistry Cribs, Manrina Rhode shows off her dream clinic – a chic, luxurious practice in the heart of Knightsbridge, London.
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