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The General Dental Council has recently announced changes to the way dental professionals in England with conditions or undertakings will arrange their development support.
Dentists now have the opportunity to prescribe world-leading precision-made oral appliances from Panthera Dental for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea and snoring.
Michael Lansdell explains how to avoid errors on your tax return, and what to do if HMRC believe an error is deliberate.
Sara Hurley and Simon Kenny have recently issued an update to the profession with the latest advice and guidance on children’s oral health and paediatric dentistry.
The BSPD has welcomed new recall guidance designed to ensure the most vulnerable children and young people get access to dental care as swiftly as possible.
Dentists can now sign up to pay their Annual Retention Fee by instalments, following the successful introduction of the scheme for dental care professionals earlier this year.
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The Association of Dental Groups (ADG) has recently responded to the publication of the Annual Report of NHS Dental Statistics for England 2020-2021.
A quarter (25 per cent) of respondents said that most patients on their waiting lists are children.
Michael Lansdell explains how stamp duty land tax can catch out those who are looking to save on income tax and capital gains tax.
Over 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are purchased every single year, with the average person using 300 in their lifetime. Unfortunately, roughly 80 per cent of these end up in the sea.
The BBC has reported that the NHS Confederation and NHS Providers have warned that if NHS England does not receive an extra £10bn in finding next year, services may have to be cut.