Hussein Hassanali

Hussein Hassanali

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Dr Hussein Hassanali BDS PG Dip (Rest Aest Dent) Associate dentist, York Dental Practice
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Eliminating guesswork with confidence of composite blending

Hussein Hassanali presents a case in which he treated a patient with an occlusal filling using a versatile composite with chameleon-like properties. Treating patients during the COVID-19 pandemic has presented the clinician with many additional considerations. One such challenge is the effort to ensure the patient’s visit to the practice and time spent in the … Continued

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The need for removable edentulous solutions

Hussein Hassanali talks about the need for removable edentulous solutions. As patients continue to keep their teeth for longer, the number of edentulous patients is slowly decreasing. This is good for the general dental health of the population. Although, there is still a need for providing removable edentulous solutions. The mandibular suction denture and the … Continued

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The fluoride varnish taste test

Hussein Hassanali assesses the effectiveness and value of four preventive fluoride varnish applications for children. I don’t need to lay out the benefits of fluoride; we all know its importance in maintaining oral health and its role in preventive dentistry. With the shift towards minimally invasive dentistry, the evidence base for fluoride and remineralisation continues … Continued

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The pitfalls of too much credit

Hussein Hassanali looks at how to maximise and make the most of your earnings while ensuring you maintain a safety net. As a young dentist, the hard work soon can pay dividends, leading to riches and rewards. The average annual wage of someone in the UK is £26,000, so you’re already above this even as … Continued

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Developing a PDP

Hussein Hassanali says find your own path and create a PDP unique to you. While many articles focus on clinical dentistry, it’s important not to forget the non-clinical aspects our roles involve. One of these is to maintain and update our knowledge as well as find ways to improve the skills we already possess. Professional … Continued

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