The real return on investment with CBCT scanners

David Cunningham, clinical director at Spring Grove Clinic in Glasgow, talks through the ways a CBCT scanner can increase return on investment (ROI) and gives top tips on what to consider.

A third of smoking households in England are living in poverty with rates highest in the North

New analysis of national data commissioned by charity Action on Smoking and Health finds that the proportion of smokers living in poverty is highest in the north and midlands.

New NHS dental contracts for East of England – but some areas still without dental care

New NHS dental contracts have been awarded in areas where people have been struggling to access care.

Dental group gets £25m cash injection for Scottish growth

Clyde Munro Dental Group has been given a further £25m war chest for acquisitions – after getting the green light from its biggest backer for a new funding package.

GDC supports government’s new proposals to amend legislation on international routes to registration

Following work with the General Dental Council (GDC), the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has recently launched a consultation on its plans to amend the legislation governing routes to...

Government dragging heels as 1,000s of overseas dentists left unable to practise during access crisis

The British Dental Association (BDA) has called on ministers and the dental regulator to deliver rapid change to laws governing tests for overseas dentists, after covid restrictions have left...

BOS releases teledentistry guidance

The British Orthodontic Society (BOS) has recently released its guidance on teledentistry and remote interactions in orthodontic care.

Dental Protection member successfully fights vicarious liability claim at Court of Appeal

Dental Protection member Raj Rattan has successfully challenged a vicarious liability claim at the Court of Appeal – an outcome that will benefit many practice owners in England and Wales.

For 80 minutes that really count, first tackle oral health

With rugby fans across Europe excited about the upcoming Six Nations, few realise – from players to supporters – that healthy teeth and gums could help determine who dominates the scrum.

Breaking down the language barrier

A look at the benefits of a bilingual dental team when establishing a new practice.

Gold For Kids – a small amount makes a huge difference

Dental scrap metal is possibly not currently top of your practice agenda. What does the money that you occasionally receive on unwanted or broken crowns, bridges, PFMs, PFGs or other precious or...