Tony Kilcoyne

Tony Kilcoyne

Author at Dentistry Online

Tony Kilcoyne is a specialist in prosthodontics in his own referral practice in Haworth, West Yorkshire. He is also a full-time/ vocational training adviser for Yorkshire deanery, clinical director of 4everlearning.com and UK clinical advisor for Fastbraces. Tony has recently spearheaded the professional public campaign to expose ‘The Big Lie’ about NHS dentistry in England. Tony is a former GDC council member for 10 years and former examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons London for 10 years. Tony was selected as one of the dentists to provide comprehensive dental care for the Olympic international athletes in the Olympic Village London 2012. He is a popular lecturer on many clinical and practice management subjects and firmly believes what is bad for dentists and their teams, is bad for the public too.
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EXCLUSIVE: Tony Kilcoyne discusses significant concerns at the BDA after resigning for a second time

After resigning twice from the BDA PEC board, Tony Kilcoyne says significant concerns remain. What has happened to cause you to resign for a second time from the BDA PEC board? Tony Kilcoyne: Since being re-elected by BDA members on the 27 November, after my election statement transparently declared my significant concerns publicly, the PEC … Continued

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COVID-19 – candour, censorship, conspiracy or compromise again?

Tony Kilcoyne questions how we can trust anything we’re told during COVID-19 when dentists are given misleading or misspoken advice. With anything relatively new, in this case a novel virus and its unique challenges, things like information (data) and scientific evidence become critical in any planning strategically. It is also important, actually critically important, that … Continued

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The big lie

Tony Kilcoyne discusses his campaign ‘The big lie’ and explains what he is fighting for after his letter was published in The Telegraph. On the second of January 2015, over 100 colleagues and myself signed a letter published in The Telegraph (www.thetelegraph.co.uk, 2015), to raise concerns that the NHS dentistry system is simply not fit … Continued

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