From Rags to Riches

The Dental Business coach and mentor, Grant McAree, launches a new business and marketing course, teaching dental teams how to go from rags to riches, after recently selling his own practice for...

Increase in Adults Seeking Teeth Straightening Treatments

Jennifer McCallan discusses the rise in orthodontic treatments over the past year and considers the impact the pandemic has had on this.

Changes to national minimum wage could also affect your record keeping

The complexity of payroll is often a surprise. As workers, we take it for granted that we will be paid the correct amount and on time, so once we see how layered the process is, we find a new...

New mouth cancer centre to improve survival and quality of life for thousands of patients

A new cancer centre is being set up to improve survival rates and quality of life for thousands of people affected by squamous cancer – a specific type of cancer which affects the mouth, skin, lungs...

Medenta Finance grows its lending panel

Medenta Finance has appointed a new broker to its panel following a surge in demand for dental patient finance.

Three new members elected to the FGDP Board and CGDent Council

The Faculty of General Dental Practice (FGDP(UK)) has announced the results of recent elections to its National Board, with three new members elected and two re-elected.

A Letter From A Prisoner

Rachel Lawton is a dentist who has worked for the prison services for more than 12 years. She currently works in a secure psychiatric unit, a medium secure psychiatric unit and six prisons at HMP...

A named clinician must be central to orthodontic care

Knowing the name of the clinician who provides your orthodontic treatment should be a fundamental right says, an orthodontist who founded the first clinic in the UK dedicated to lingual...

Dentist cancer snub by government could cost lives

With a remarkable lack of insight, the Department of Health has side-lined the essential role of dentists in the fight against mouth cancer.

Faculty of Dental Surgery responds to the new restrictions on junk food advertising

Responding to the announcement by the Department of Health and Social Care on the new restrictions on junk food advertising, Matthew Garrett, dean of the Faculty of Dental Surgery (FDS) said,

Philips announces the launch of a new All-in-One brushhead

Philips newly launched premium, multi-facted brushhead is designed to brush away plaque, remove stains and care for gums in ways not possible with a manual toothbrush.

British Orthodontic Conference 2021 – Registration now Open

Don’t Look Back in Anger – Book Now! Registration is now open for the 2021 British Orthodontic Conference – the largest event for UK dental professionals with an interest in orthodontics.