Music mad orthodontic nurses and their dental colleagues relived their past with leg warmers and fluorescent clothes when they took to the dance floor in aid of Cancer UK.
Three educators and clinicians from Plymouth University Peninsula School of Dentistry have visited New York University College of Dentistry to exchange ideas and experiences of inter-professional learning – where students training to be dentists do so side-by-side with other dental professional students (such as dental nurses, dental therapists and hygienists) and other healthcare professionals such as nurses.
Henry Schein Dental UK supports Edinburgh-based international development charity, Vine Trust. Together with supplier partner Belmont, the company will outfit the Vine Trust’s MV Forth Hope medical ship with two Belmont Voyager II Treatment Centers and a Durr Power Tower Air/Suction Solution.
A dentist is gearing up to raise money for Dentaid by driving from Britain to Siberia in his grandma’s ageing Renault Clio.
Nigel Harradine, one of the UK’s best known and most thought-provoking lecturers in orthodontics over the last four decades, will be reflecting on landmark innovations when he takes the stage at the British Orthodontic Conference in Manchester.
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Launch of toolkit to support healthcare professionals in measuring their impact on the public’s health
Public Health England (PHE) and the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) have today published Everyday Interactions, a report which aims to support healthcare professionals to record and measure their public health...
A new poll has revealed most Brits see fresh fruit as the answer to cutting added sugars out of their diet, a move which has been fully supported by the Oral Health...
It has been announced that dentist Linda Greenwall has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in recognition of her services to dentistry and charity in the...
Cheryl Brough, from Doncaster, pleaded guilty at Doncaster Magistrates’ court to one offence of illegal tooth whitening, following a prosecution by the General Dental Council (GDC).