Animal habits

Tom Alcraft looks to nature for oral health solutions.

Great expectations

Nimisha Nariapara discusses managing patient hopes through treatment.

What is a ‘reasonable excuse’ for tax penalties?

Having a reasonable excuse can be a get-out-of-jail-free card if you are charged a tax penalty.

Dentist forced to pay out £137,000 after pointless procedure

Sumit Aggarwal, of Compass Clinical in Norfolk, was forced to pay £137,000 to former patient Lindsey Harris, after he extracted three of her teeth in a 90 minute procedure, instead of performing a 12...

FTA Law announce the creation of the Covid-19 Inquiry Dental Alliance

Following the long-awaited government announcement of the draft terms of reference for the forthcoming public enquiry into the Covid-19 pandemic, FTA Law are delighted to announce the creation of the...

Bridging the gap with Atlantis

In a new Dental Update webinar, Martin Wanendeya will be presenting a special session that introduces BridgeBase to the UK market for the first time.

It’s not all about chairside with this intraoral scanner!

Busting the myth that with Primescan must come the CEREC system! Meet Primescan AC intraoral scanner - the scan and send version with a lower price tag.

Combatting racism in the workplace

Tina Chander discusses the responsibilities for employers

‘Geistlich + YOU’: right in the middle instead of just participating

This year's ‘Geistlich + YOU’ online congress was moderated by Dr Rony Jung, chairman and clinic director of the Clinic of Reconstructive Dentistry at the Center of Dental Medicine, University of...

Newly qualified dentist caught smoking a joint when driving home from his second day of work

On September 2, 2021, Sajid Patel, 25, stopped off to buy cannabis and smoke a joint in a car park.

Showcasing the best

A look at what is in store for visitors to this year’s BDIA Dental Showcase.

A new dental tool prototype can spot the acidic conditions that lead to cavities

In a new study, University of Washington researchers have shown that a dental tool they created can measure the acidity built up by the bacteria in plaque that leads to cavities.