New study suggests wearing dentures may affect a person’s nutrition

Dentures may have a potentially negative impact on a person’s overall nutrition, according to new research from Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University School of Dentistry.

Podcast Episode 12: Valuing dental nurses

In this episode we are in discussion with Jacqui Elsden, president of the British Association of Dental Nurses, looking at the value of a dental nurse.

GDC investigates York dentist following claims made by whistleblower

A York dentist must work under supervision whilst the General Dental Council (GDC) investigate 'serious and wide-ranging concerns' about her and her practice, following claims made by a whistleblower.

Todays Dental announces acquisition of Simplyhealth Partnerships Ltd

Todays Dental are pleased to announce the acquisition of Simplyhealth Partnerships Ltd on Thursday April 14. The business holds interests in eight dental practices.

Align Technology announces its first hybrid UKI Orthodontic Summit

Align Technology has announced that its first hybrid in-person and virtual UKI Orthodontic Summit will be held in London on May 20-21, 2022.

Miele creates action plan to make appliances more sustainable

Increasing the use of recycled materials in the manufacture of glasswashers and washer disinfectors is just one of Miele’s ambitious goals to become more sustainable.

Five tips for best practice in dentist waiting rooms, creating a calm and welcoming environment to reduce patient anxiety

Waiting rooms can be an anxious place for many people and as it’s the first thing your patients see when they enter your practice, it’s important to make it as welcoming and calming as possible.

The right time?

Dean Barker explains why selling now could be the best option.

The future of investments?

Richard Lichman looks at the world of cryptocurrency.

Supporting patients with implants

Charleane McInally discusses what extra care needs to be given to this particular cohort of patients.

Don’t suffer in silence

Kimberley Lloyd-Rees looks at the solutions available to fight hay fever.

How to enjoy Easter and other sugary treats while avoiding tooth decay

Easter is nearly here, which means lots of chocolate and sweet treats are on offer. Children celebrating Passover (from April 15) and Eid (expected to be in early May) will also enjoy sugary treats.