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New website

At this year’s BDIA showcase Dentists’ Provident launched a new website for their members, dentists, dental students and financial advisors.

Published: 23/10/2014

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Clean water award

Dental hygienist and infection control lead Janet Heyworth, of The Dental Health Practice in Southampton, is the first recipient of Dentisan's ‘Clean Water Award’ in recognition of their commitment to water quality in dental unit water lines. 

Published: 23/10/2014

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Specialist imaging centre

Dentists and surgeons now have better access to state-of-the-art specialist medical imaging services in London.  

Published: 22/10/2014

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BDIA Showcase Winner

Braemar Finance held a free prize draw at the recent BDIA Showcase, at the Excel in London from October 9-11. The prize on offer was £250 of John Lewis vouchers.

Published: 20/10/2014

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Toothache can kill

Details of a new campaign and urgent need for expansion were announced by dental health charity Bridge2Aid (B2A), during part of the charity’s 10th anniversary celebrations at the Tanzanian High Commission in London.

Published: 13/10/2014

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The YDA launch

The Young Dentist Academy, or YDA, launched their course on the October 16, with a fantastic evening of lectures held at Ivoclar Vivadent’s brand new state of the art International Centre...

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Published: 23/10/2014

14th premier symposium

Dental Protection has announced the date for the fourteenth annual Premier Symposium.

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Published: 23/10/2014

Blue lip selfie

By encouraging the public and profession to adopt blue lips as a visible sign of support for mouth cancer, it is hoped this positive, interactive approach will significantly boost awareness of the...

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Published: 22/10/2014

Schools should check kids brush teeth

Schools and nurseries need to step in to tackle the worrying trend of tooth decay in children, the advisory body NICE has said.

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Published: 22/10/2014

Unfair prescribing rights

New president of the British Association of Therapists (BADT), Fiona Sandom, is pledging to work towards changing the ‘unfair’ status quo on prescribing rights for dental therapists.

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Published: 21/10/2014

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