The ultimate digital aligner workflow events

Dentsply Sirona’s SureSmile digital aligner workflow is going on the road with a duo of events in London on May 26 and Manchester on June 8, 2022.

Consultation on international routes to registration closing tomorrow

GDC responds, welcoming government proposals for increased flexibility

Ultrasound system targets mouth to create virtual reality haptic effects

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have exploited the sensitivity of the mouth to devise a practical new way for people to receive tactile feedback in virtual worlds.

Growth brings happiness – but there are different types of growth!

When we talk about development in dentistry, we usually mean learning new skills or taking on more responsibilities in the practice.

European Regional Organisation’s e-book on oral cancer prevention

The prevention of oral cancer has been a key topic in oral healthcare for many years, as many oral cancer patients still present de novo at an advanced stage, often thereby jeopardising their ultimate...

Dental surgeons welcome plans to expand water fluoridation schemes

New 9pm watershed banning unhealthy TV ads will also be introduced as the Health and Care Bill receives Royal Assent

New Oral-B iO Specialised Clean head

Oral-B have launched a new replacement head to fit their iO range of electric toothbrushes called Specialised Clean.

Dentsply Sirona World brings back live surgery, provides registration offers, and announces headliner comedian David Spade

In its ongoing commitment to provide an excellent clinical education platform and empower dental professionals to provide their patients with best-in-class dental care, Dentsply Sirona announced the...

Dentists call for urgent reform as charities step in to fill access gap for school children

The British Dental Association (BDA) has warned government must pick up the pace on the reform of NHS dentistry, following an investigation from the BBC which found that teachers have requested...

England’s ‘dental deserts’ and the urgent need to level up access to dentistry

The Association of Dental Groups (ADG) has launched a new report today highlighting the parts of England at most risk of becoming ‘dental deserts’ without government action.

Early career dentists: training significantly impacted by Covid-19

Three in four early career dentists in the UK (75 per cent) say the Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant and negative impact on their dental training, according to a Dental Protection survey.

School forced to rely on dental charity to treat pupils

Trinity Academy Grammar in West Yorkshire has brought in a dental charity to treat pupils during school hours.