Guy Hiscott

Guy Hiscott

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Implant Dentistry Today – now available to read online

Implant Dentistry Today is now available to read online, every month, completely free. Simply follow the link to see the latest issue. Implant dentists have long been at the forefront of digital innovation in dentistry. The adoption of new workflows has catapulted practices into a new era of predictability and success. Now, the UK’s best-loved … Continued

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Research update: implant fracture

Dentistry Online presents the latest abstracts published examining the factors contributing to dental implant fractures. Analysis of the causes of dental implant fracture: A retrospective clinical study Stoichkov B, Kirov D (2018) Quintessence Int 49(4): 279-86 Objective Fracture of osseointegrated dental implants is the most severe mechanical complication. The aim of the present study was to … Continued

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COVID-19 and dental implants: impact and perspectives

Curd Bollen, Yasna Najmi and Maher Almasri examine the influence of the coronavirus outbreak on the current and future practice of implant dentistry. The year 2020 will always be remembered as the year of COVID-19. It influenced almost every facet of our society – and medical and dental services in particular. The pandemic caused by … Continued

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COVID-19 vaccination – dental professionals’ moral duty to help

It’s time for UK dentists to put down their drills and pick up syringes to back the COVID-19 vaccination effort in earnest.  That’s the opinion of one of the UK’s leading clinicians, who is calling for ‘an army’ of dental professionals to volunteer to help the national COVID-19 vaccination effort. Implant dentist, Professor Eddie Scher, … Continued

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Implant Dentistry Today announces digital edition

The FMC journal Implant Dentistry Today is joining the digital revolution next month as it adopts a new format for a new year. The well-loved implant journal will leave its print edition behind to go fully digital from the January 2021 issue. What’s more, each issue will be hosted here on Dentistry Online. This means … Continued

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Looking ahead to acquisitions

Mydentist lays out its plans for 2021 – where growth is still on the cards. Mydentist is inviting dental practice owners who are interesting in selling their business to get in touch about potential sales in 2021. The company is the UK’s largest network of dental practices. Mydentist is seeking new acquisitions that will complement … Continued

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Putting digitisation front and centre

Align Technology explains why digitisation in dentistry is now more important than ever. During the pandemic, Align Technology worked with a number of key opinion leaders.  The aim was to explore best practice strategies for returning to dental practice. They helped dental professionals to thrive in a new environment. Enabling them to turn the unprecedented … Continued

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Research update: cryolipolysis

Aesthetic Dentistry Today explores the evidence base on the non-invasive fat reduction treatment growing in popularity amongst UK dental practices: cryolipolysis. Cryolipolysis for the treatment of submental fat: review of the literature Lipner SR (2018) J Cosmet Dermatol 17(2): 145-51 Background Submental fat accumulation is a common cosmetic concern. Cryolipolysis utilises non-invasive cooling to lyse … Continued

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Meet the Dentistry Awards’ judging panel

Here we present the Dentistry Awards’ judges; the people who have the tough job of assessing all the award entries. Julian Wilson-English Julian is editorial director at FMC. He has been a prominent figure within the dental profession for 25 years. He is the editor-in-chief of Dentistry magazine. Dr Alexandra Day Alexandra is an associate … Continued

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Dentistry Top 50 – the 2020 results

Every year, Dentistry.co.uk asks readers to vote for the most influential person in UK dentistry. The way the world is being influenced is changing rapidly, with social media and popular culture now vying with traditional academic and political leadership for impact on peers. The influence of the names on this list could be clinical, academic, … Continued

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Back to work: evidence-based guidelines for safe dentistry after COVID-19

Dental organisation Alpha Omega has published a set of evidence-based protocols aimed at getting the dental profession back to work. The document was also sent to key government officials, England’s chief dental officer (CDO), and major figures within the dental industry. Titled ‘Returning to Dental Practice: Realistic considerations, practical solutions’, the guidelines are accompanied by … Continued

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Finding the new normal

Edmund Proffitt talks to Guy Hiscott about how the dental industry is standing up to be counted amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. How has the BDIA been responding to the COVID-19 crisis? Edmund Proffitt (EP): A leading corporate and government resilience expert recently told me that, apart from how an organisation deals with all the critical … Continued

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The Implant Dentistry Show– on the shoulders of giants

Engaging lectures, networking and cutting-edge exhibitors: the 2020 Implant Dentistry Show had it all. Guy Hiscott reports. Almost 500 dentists poured through the doors of the Implant Dentistry Show early last month as the event celebrated its second birthday in style. The premise was simple: a day focusing on maximum-impact implant education. Sixteen of the … Continued

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Kimberley Finlayson: 1967-2020

Kimberley Finlayson, one of the co-founders of FMC, has passed away following a short illness. A driving force behind the scenes of the company, Kimberley’s career was defined by a commitment to excellence that helped make FMC the UK’s biggest independent dental publisher. She approached the world with an infectious passion, creativity and determination that … Continued

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Clinician reports on ‘rewarding’ experience with Bridge2aid

Keith McClean reports on his trip to Tanzania as part of Bridge2aid’s work to provide the community with dental care. As part of its partnership with Bridge2aid, Mydentist provides funds for two of its team to travel to Tanzania every year and train rural clinical officers in vital dentistry skills. Keith McClean of Mydentist, Sunderland … Continued

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Be part of the BDIA community

Daniel Davis reflects on his role as British Dental Industry Association president and what the group can offer the industry in terms of a networking tool. The British Dental Industry Association (BDIA) is the UK’s national industry association. It represents and supports a spectrum of manufacturers and suppliers across dentistry and brings their collective interests … Continued

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The Future of Dentistry Summit 2020

Guy Hiscott reports back from the first ever Future of Dentistry Summit, where the opportunities and challenges facing the profession came into the spotlight. What happens when you bring together some of the brightest, most influential dental professionals to discuss the future of dentistry?  The answer is simple: an insightful debate on the challenges and … Continued


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