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Data from UK registry shows slight increase in number of dentists in 2022

LONDON, UK: The General Dental Council (GDC) has recently announced that the number of dentists on the UK register remained stable after the annual ...

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Dental education during COVID-19: Stress, anxiety and isolation

Dental students, especially those at the undergraduate level, face various challenges during their studies, and the COVID-19 pandemic has made it an ...

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Exocad supports joint UK digital dentistry event to showcase full ChairsideCAD workflow

DARMSTADT, Germany: Germany-based CAD/CAM company exocad has confirmed its participation in the “Digital Dentistry Hands-on” events series for dentists ...

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New insight into control of dental treatment spray emission during SARS-CoV-2 pandemic

LONDON, UK: One of the greatest challenges for the dental profession in returning to normal business is the inherent risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission via ...

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COVID-19: Call for research to address impact of AGPs in dentistry

GERRARDS CROSS, UK: The British Endodontic Society (BES) intends to fund new research in response to the current SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Proposals are invited ...

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Experts review recommendations for returning to dental practice

MANCHESTER, UK: Restrictions related to SARS-CoV-2 transmission are easing, and dental professionals need to start planning the eventual reopening and ...

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COVID-19: Protecting healthcare personnel with 3D-printed masks and face shields

LEIPZIG, Germany: Owing to mask supplies fast becoming exhausted, many healthcare professionals around the world are increasingly unable to comply with the ...

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Highlights of London Dentistry Show and new dates

LONDON, UK: The London Dentistry Show is the city’s most successful dental show. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the organisers of the event ...

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General Dental Council publishes results of in-depth survey

LONDON, UK: As part of the General Dental Council’s (GDC) commitment to using evidence and insight to guide its work, the regulator has recently published...

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UK dentist wins Swedish prize for minimally invasive dentistry

ADDLESTONE, UK: UK dentist Dr Tif Qureshi and his colleague from Oslo, Dr Erik Svendsrud, have recently received the Sverker Prize, which is awarded in ...

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BADN appoints Jacqui Elsden its new president

THORNTON-CLEVELEYS, UK: The UK’s professional association for dental nurses, the British Association of Dental Nurses (BADN), has recently announced ...

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Treatment of edentulism with Pro Arch BLX focus of free webinar

LONDON, UK: When it comes to implants, the Straumann Group has been one of the major dental brands leading the way. In a free upcoming Straumann Group ...

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Webinar examines immediate treatment protocols and their outcomes

LONDON, UK: When it comes to implants, good outcomes and high predictability are crucial. In a free upcoming Straumann Group webinar on Thursday, 21 ...

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Oral cancer incidence on the rise, reports show

RUGBY, UK/BOISE, Idaho, US: Oral cancer incidence is on the rise globally and awareness of mouth cancer remains low. To tackle the issue, the Oral Health ...

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NHS England takes steps to promote mental health in dentistry

LONDON, UK: Workplace stress can lead to mounting anxiety or even depression. As is the case with other healthcare providers, dentists and doctors are often...

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More webinars, more languages: Straumann Group’s dental e-learning platform grows

BASEL, Switzerland: In order to continue advancing dental care through dental education, the Straumann Group has expanded its global educational online ...

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E-learning course to help dentists manage complaints

LONDON, UK: The Dental Defence Union (DDU), a not-for-profit organisation that helps dental professionals address dento-legal issues, complaints and claims,...

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General Dental Council reduces annual retention fee for dentists

LONDON, UK: Some dentists, especially newly qualified ones or those with a low income, may struggle to pay the annual retention fee of the General Dental ...

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ACFF addresses need to limit sugar intake in children

LONDON, UK: The Alliance for a Cavity-Free Future (ACFF) is a not-for-profit organisation formed by a group of dental professionals. According to the ACFF, ...

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Survey reveals dentists’ lack of confidence in dental profession

OSWESTRY, UK: The Confidence Monitor survey has recently examined the mental health status of dentists working in the NHS and the private sector. The ...

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Dental professionals to be granted extensions in fitness to practise proceedings

LONDON, UK: Dental Protection, the world’s leading protection organisation for doctors, dentists and healthcare professionals, has recently welcomed ...

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Primary teeth reveal unknown group of ancient people

CAMBRIDGE, UK: Scientists have recently found two primary teeth buried deep in a remote archaeological site in north-eastern Siberia. The discovery has ...

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Low numbers of UK children visiting dentist before first birthday, study finds

BIRMINGHAM, UK: The importance of instilling positive oral health habits in children is well known. In a new study, research led by the University of ...

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Interview: Athletes are very receptive to improving their oral health for better performance

Studies have consistently reported poor oral health in elite athletes, the detrimental effects of which not only impact their general health, but also their...

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Free webinar to focus on making difficult restorative cases simpler

LONDON, UK: Minimally invasive dental procedures are becoming the new forefront of dentistry, according to Dr Monik Vasant. In a free Dental Tribune Study ...

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Recent survey reveals nine in ten dentists fear being sued by patients

LONDON, UK: In an ever increasingly competitive world, anxiety around legal ramifications in the workplace due to any number of reasons may also be ...

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Interview: “Clear, step-by-step instructions are essential for long-term success”

Dental professionals should be empowered to instruct and motivate their patients to maintain proper oral hygiene. ITOP, short for individually trained oral ...

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Dental regulation in UK must overcome climate of fear, GDC exec says

MANCHESTER, UK: The deteriorating relationship between dentistry and its regulatory body has to be addressed, Executive Director of Strategy at the General ...

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