The July issue of Preventive Dentistry is out soon – and here’s a rundown of the key oral health news features, clinical studies and latest dental innovations for all dental professionals.
In our News Insight section, London dentist Sunita Verma looks at the sympathetic care needed when treating patients with eating disorders.
We also investigate the ‘toxic’ time bomb which is impacting on our children’s dental health, and join the debate on the virtues – and vices – of sugarfree chewing gum.
There are two hours worth of CPD articles – Johnson & Johnson sponsor an enlightening feature investigating the challenges and risk issues involved with patient compliance, and Juliette Reeves addresses the pitfalls of fruit juices and smoothies in a CPD article sponsored by Philips.
Award-winning dentist Mike Gow extols the virtues of a new gadget aimed at relieving the fear factor for dental phobic patients, and Sally Hanks, from the Peninsula Dental School, reveals their strategy in preparing the dentists of tomorrow for treating phobic children.
Plus, Preventive Practice of the Year (sponsored by Oral-B) award-winner Kirk Young talks about his passion for minimal intervention dentistry, there will be a review of the International Symposium on Dental Hygiene 2010, a round-up of oral health news, and Mhari Coxon joins regular columnists Pam Swain and Jan Baxendale.
And you can now subscribe to Preventive Dentistry magazine at the new low price of £39! (was £59, SAVE 35%)
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Call the Preventive Dentistry team on 01923 851771 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.