Dentistry News


Should we have a sugar tax?

Michael Watson compares the public opinion over fluoridation and a sugar tax. Public opinion is an odd thing. Suggest that children’s teeth would be protected

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The orthodontic TCO

Runa Mowla-Copley explains the benefits of having this ‘invaluable’ member of staff I have worked with treatment coordinators (TCOs) in orthodontics for over a decade


Volunteering opportunity in Nepal

Dentaid has announced it is looking for dental professional volunteers to go on charity trips to Nepal. The dental charity is looking for dentists, dental therapists,

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Want to be in the spotlight?

New for Orthodontic Practice 2016! Ever wanted to be in the spotlight? One of the new things we are doing in 2016 is profiling top


Tales of the unexpected

We can’t have high-quality CQC inspection teams and not expect to pay the price, Kevin Lewis says. Daniel Finkelstein, the political commentator who regularly graces

NASDAL has announced the launch of its Scottish-focused department

NASDAL launches Scottish department

The National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL) has announced that it has formed a Scottish section of the association for its Scottish members.

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New president of the ADI announced

The Association of Dental Implantology (ADI) has announced Craig Parker as its new president, taking over from Philip Friel. Craig Parker was announced as the