Tobacco is bad for our health and the health of our planet – message for World No Tobacco Day

ASH (Action on Smoking and Health) is calling for more action to end tobacco harm this World No Tobacco Day (May 31), as statistics bring to light the massive impact of tobacco on the environment.

Podcast Episode 13: Setting fees

This episode features a discussion with Michelle Hardy, a regional support manager at Practice Plan, on the issue of fees.

British Orthodontic Conference 2022 – Most.Smile.Debate

Registration is now open for the 2022 British Orthodontic Conference – do not miss the largest event in the UK dedicated to dental professionals with an interest in orthodontics.

Registration opens for {my}dentist clinical conference 2022

{my}dentist has announced that registration is now open for its Clinical Conference which is set to take place on October 14 and 15, 2022, in Birmingham.

Share your thoughts on dentistry’s future and be in with the chance to win a £250 Amazon voucher

Dentists are being asked for their thoughts about the future of the profession in a new survey sponsored by Practice Plan.

College publishes new national guidelines on implant dentistry mentoring

The College of General Dentistry has published new guidelines on mentoring in implant dentistry.

Renew your skills and enthusiasm at the ADI Team Congress!

Amanda Jackson will be speaking at the ADI Team Congress within the Dental Nurses’ & Practice Managers’ Programme, discussing ‘implant decontamination’.

Wesleyan share statement following startling BDA survey results

Following the British Dental Association’s recent survey, which revealed that nearly half of dentists are severing ties with the NHS as government fails to move forward on reform, Wesleyan, the...

New study investigating burnout in dental professionals calls for participants

The University of Surrey have announced it is investigating burnout amongst dental professionals.

Nearly half of dentists severing ties with NHS as government fails to move forward on reform

The British Dental Association warns an unprecedented collapse in NHS commitment among dentists in England could spell the end for the service without radical and urgent action from government.

Obesity in the UK

Kimberley Lloyd-Rees considers what dental professionals can do to help.

Increasing precision

While a poor craftsman blames his tools, there are certainly gains to be made by understanding and incorporating technological innovations into our repertoire.