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EFP and Oral-B join forces to generate awareness on how to prevent periodontal diseases
The European Federation of Periodontology (EFP), in partnership with Oral-B, has launched a public campaign to prevent the spread of bleeding gums and periodontal diseases.
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Considerations when going private
The enhanced opportunities available through offering private dental care to patients often encourages practitioners to move away from NHS dentistry.
Optimism about the future of dentistry
The research, carried out by Enventure Research on behalf of the General Dental Council (GDC), found that 37% of dental professionals are optimistic about the future of dentistry, an increase of 2% from the previous year.
Alasdair Miller to be next BDA president
Dr Miller will formally assume presidency of the association on 10 April at its annual conference in Manchester.
Girls missing out on vaccination
Dentist, Sir Paul Beresford, revealed the low take-up of the programme to guard against the human papillomavirus (HPV), in his Surrey constituency.
Will you go that extra s-mile?
500 Miles 4 500 Smiles’ passes through 32 different locations, from Christina’s first dental practice in Kirriemuir, Scotland, to her current practice on the south coast in Brighton.
Private dental profits on the rise
The study, conducted by Humphrey and Co, a NASDAL (National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers) firm, looked at the profits of 600 practices (made up of 650 principals and 600 associates) around the UK.
Water fluoridation good for oral health
The report says it provides further reassurance that water fluoridation is a safe and effective public health measure (Public Health England, 2014).
Join the fight against mouth cancer
In 2011, there were 7,698 new cases in the UK, an increase of 50% since the turn of the century. With more than 6,000 new cases in England alone, Scotland has the most cases per 100,000 people and almost double the number of men contracted the disease compared to women.