The June 2011 issue of Private Dentistry is out soon and is full of essential information for the independent dentist.
The magnificent Clarendon Dental Spa in Leeds is featured in this month’s How We Did It. Read how Ahmed Al-Ani and Jayendra Patel converted two luxury duplex apartments into an exquisite dental spa.
To tie in with National Smile Month, the British Dental Health Foundation explains how it came into being, and Ash Parmar reveals why he’s struck out on his own with his new practice – Smile Design by Ash.
In the clinical section, which offers two hours’ verifiable CPD, Fred Margolis describes the various aesthetic restorations that can be used for children’s anterior teeth; Douglas Terry, Karl Leinfelder and Markus Blatz perform a comparison of advanced resin monomer technologies; and Siobhan Owen, David Reaney and Philip Newsome look at achieving accurate interocclusal records.
There is also a detailed look at the sponsors for the 2011 Private Dentistry Awards and full information on how to enter the most prestigious awards in UK dentistry.
The practice organisation section is jam-packed with articles on how to grow your practice and attract lost patients, while the business and finance section details how to deal with HMRC PAYE audits and investing in hedge funds. Peter Thompson looks at how to create a dental franchise.
A special focus on developing your private practice details the very best products and services dentists can use to make the most of their business.
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