FGDP(UK) will use a national conference to highlight and help build expertise to manage the growing problems of toothwear and implant failure.
New research has revealed that 9 of the 14 teething products licensed for use in the UK contain sucrose, alcohol and/or lidocaine.
The Oral Health Foundation is building up to this year’s Mouth Cancer Action Month by calling on everybody to be ‘mouthaware’.
A child’s formative years are crucial and new guidelines suggest that milk and water are the only things children aged five and under should drink.
The BDA has expressed scepticism over the role of tele consultations in dentistry, following the launch of the new app Tooth Fairy.
NHS staff are being given support and advice to improve cyber security across the system.
The BDA has welcomed progress in the war on tooth decay, as statistics show continued fall in the number of children with fillings/facing extractions.
The BDA has called for urgent action from government, as growing recruitment crisis has left patients facing 12 month waits for a dental appointment.
Only about 1 in 3 U.S. adults say a dentist has ever examined them for oral cancer, most of whom are non-Hispanic whites, a new study suggests.
International students will be allowed to stay in the UK for two years post-graduation to find work, under new proposals announced by the Home Office.
The BDA has launched a new toolkit to support the safeguarding of young people who miss appointments, often for reasons beyond their control.
Researchers in Japan have developed a removable dental appliance that can reduce these tics in both children and adults with Tourette syndrome.
GDC proposals to allow more time to respond to allegations must be extended to non-clinical cases, says Dental Protection.
A new report shared by the NHS reveals what dentists across the UK are earning, and how the gender pay gap in dentistry still exists.
A combination of heart cells derived from human stem cells could be the answer to developing a treatment for heart failure, according to new research.
Elite athletes have high rates of oral disease despite brushing their teeth more frequently than most people, finds a new UCL study.
Oral Health Foundation is calling on employers to do more to combat stress and offer more support to their employees to maintain good oral health.