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Therapists pledge support

The British Association of Dental Therapists (BADT) has pledged its support for a pressure group working towards reversing the nation’s addiction to the ‘sweet stuff’.

Published: 29/05/2015

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Implant hub launched

On Wednesday the dental industry came together to launch The Implant Hub, a new online resource for dentists looking to grow their dental implant business. 

Published: 28/05/2015

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Value added

The Guardian University League Table has placed Plymouth University Peninsula School of Dentistry top in England overall and top in the UK for ‘valued added’, out of all dental schools in the country.

The school was second in the UK for student satisfaction in the course, and in the top five for satisfaction with teaching and feedback.

Published: 27/05/2015

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An excellent start

Software of Excellence is delighted to report that over 2300 individuals have so far been trained through their Academy of Excellence, resulting in the award of 2000 white belts, 250 yellow belts and 100 green belts.

Published: 21/05/2015

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Community engagement

From primary school pupils to Age UK carers, the homeless to family nurses, patients with head and neck cancer to sports people’s sugar consumption, Year 2 dental students at Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry have carried out projects which have had real impact in the community.

Published: 20/05/2015

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A positive step

The Faculty of General Dental Practice (UK) welcomes Tesco’s plans to remove all added sugar from its own label children’s drinks and cut sugar levels across all of its own label...

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Published: 29/05/2015

Straight to the point

A third of the UK population doesn’t know what an orthodontist does.

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Published: 29/05/2015

Smoking exacerbates child poverty

Smoking is not only bad for your health; it also puts 400,000 children in poverty. Smoking places a financial burden on low income families, suggesting that parents are likely to forgo basic...

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Published: 29/05/2015

Plant potential

Oral care products containing a natural chemical that stops bacteria harming teeth could help prevent decay, a study suggests.

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Published: 28/05/2015

Undermining bargaining power

The British Dental Association (BDA) has criticised government plans to undermine bargaining powers for healthcare professionals.

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Published: 28/05/2015

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