The British Orthodontic Society and the Oral Health Foundation has recently launched a new campaign to help patients make safer choices when it comes to their dental treatment.
Sara Hurley and Simon Kenny have recently issued an update to the profession with the latest advice and guidance on children’s oral health and paediatric dentistry.
The BSPD has welcomed new recall guidance designed to ensure the most vulnerable children and young people get access to dental care as swiftly as possible.
Changing your biology to eliminate caries and periodontitis? A discussion on bioethical considerations
A collaboration between King’s College London’s Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences and the Oxford University’s Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, has resulted in a bioethical...
Largest worldwide consumer oral health awareness survey reveals the best tooth-brushers, worst habits and most smile satisfaction
A new worldwide consumer oral health awareness survey across 15 countries, including the UK, has revealed an amazing snapshot of oral health, habits, concerns and desires across the globe.
A study has found that tele-dentistry may be a valid option for first stage triage or follow-up consultations, saving patients attending clinics in person.
The Association of Dental Groups (ADG) has recently responded to the publication of the Annual Report of NHS Dental Statistics for England 2020-2021.
Over 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are purchased every single year, with the average person using 300 in their lifetime. Unfortunately, roughly 80 per cent of these end up in the sea.
Amanda Pritchard, the new head of the NHS in England, has recently urged that people do not delay seeking medical treatment when suffering from stomach pain or a cough that does not go away, as these...