Losing two or more teeth in middle age is associated with increased cardiovascular disease risk
Appalling childhood tooth extraction statistics illustrate need for urgent action in England
The BDA has joined over 50 leading health bodies, academics and charities to call on football leaders to take action with junk food manufacturers
Researchers found under-5’s who snack throughout the day, compared to eating just at meal times, are far more likely to have signs of dental decay
CQC extends DBS checks for new dental practice owners to 12 months
The British Dental Association has condemned ministerial indifference as new statistics show the child tooth decay crisis continues to grow
The EFP calls for action to reduce the burden of tooth decay and gum disease
Dentists who don’t renew their registration before 31st December 2017, will no longer be able to practise.
The BDA is pleased to see a common-sense solution to the issue of dental nurses in the face of the shortage of Hep B vaccinations.
The BDA is advising dentists in England, Scotland and Wales, that new regulations will come into force on 1 January 2018
BDA verdict: The gradual reduction in the use of dental amalgam must be supported by investment in strategies to prevent tooth decay