Practice management

10 free dental Covid-19 social media posts for managing toothache at home

A dental marketing company is offering practices access to free social media posts to advise patients on how to manage toothache at home during the Covid-19 crisis.

Dentistry industry booming, Barclays reveals

Barclays Business Banking reveals it has seen the number and value of loans to the UK dentistry industry almost double in the last two years, as dentists race to expand premises and invest in new...

New stats show Northern Ireland dentists are “at breaking point”

The British Dental Association (BDA) has warned that general dental practitioners are “at breaking point”. 

BUPA announces a string of dental acquisitions

Bupa has announced the acquisition of nine new practices bringing the total number of sites acquired this year to fourteen.

New dental contract to expand after successful pilot reduces tooth decay

New prevention-focused approach to providing NHS dental care has led to improvements in oral health and has seen patients take greater control of their own dental care.

NASDAL Practice Goodwill Survey – corporate competition?

July has seen the latest statistics from the NASDAL (The National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers) Practice Goodwill Survey released. The survey for the quarter ending April...

Presenting treatment options

Simon Tucker explains how to take advantage of the valuable opportunity to facilitate buying.

The paperless practice

Guy Meyers asks if it is a dream or possible reality.

The world’s responsibility

Rebecca Waters explains the importance of waste protocols.

Straightforward marketing

Marni Alexander explains how a modest marketing campaign turned an underused treatment suite into a whitening treatment success story.

Steps to success

A look at how to ensure the development of orthodontics in your practice.

Access all areas

The importance of having the best tools to achieve efficient and effective access during endodontic procedures cannot be overstated, both in terms of patient comfort and clinician confidence.