It’s been a busy week for dental news. Missed it? Here’s what’s happened over the past seven days…
The prestigious Private Dentistry Awards took place last Friday at the glamorous Grosvenor House Hotel, London.
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Pam Swain, of the BADN, explains why regulation change needs to happen to save the future of dental nursing.
Obesity in the UK costs almost £100 billion a year, a new study has suggested, sparking government criticism.
Dental professionals who are trained to recognise signs of non-dental illnesses can significantly improve their patients’ health.
Healthcare regulators must remove groundless complaints to restore faith in regulation and safeguard mental health, the DDU has said.
We hear from two dental professionals who share their thoughts following stats that suggest one third (34%) always offer preventative oral care advice.
A study has found that poor oral health can increase the risk of different brain issues, such as a stroke, dementia and cognitive decline.
We’ve brought you lots of exciting this year – you can access these via our On Demand section.
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