Julian Wilson-English

Julian Wilson-English

Author at Dentistry Online

Editorial director: Julian Wilson-English With more than 23 years’ experience working on award-winning Dentistry magazine and numerous other dental journals, editorial director of FMC, Julian Wilson-English is a well-known face in dental publishing. Email: [email protected] Tel: 01923 851750
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Osteocare celebrates its 20-year anniversary

For an occasion like a 20th anniversary, one should do something memorable, and Osteocare certainly did. Implant company Osteocare chose to celebrate in two distinct ways. Firstly by sponsoring free beer and bubbles at the Implant Dentistry Show earlier this year. And secondly, by hosting a free CPD seminars and afternoon tea at Brooklands Museum … Continued

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Relationship between the apical limit of root canal filling and repair

Ronaldo Araújo Souza, João da Costa Pinto Dantas, Suely Colombo, Maurício Lago, José Antônio Poli de Figueiredo and Jesus Djalma Pécora analyse the relationship between the apical limit of root canal filling and the repair of periapical lesions. Introduction Inadequate apical limit of root canal filling has been pointed out as one of the most … Continued

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The big dentistry fees survey 2018

The Dentistry Fees Survey is back. Running throughout September and October, the survey will capture real insights, trends, similarities and variations in dental fee setting across the entire UK. The plan is to provide dentistry.co.uk readers with a real measure of the average fees being charged for all sorts of dental treatments the length and breadth of the country. … Continued

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Are cold desserts and refreshing summer drinks off the table for some of your patients this summer?

Make a real difference to your patients with dentine hypersensitivity this summer There is high prevalence of dentine hypersensitivity (DHS) in the general population – more than 40% of the UK population suffer from DHS (Irwin and McCusker, 1997; West et al, 2013). Left unmanaged, many of these people won’t be able to experience cold … Continued

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Digital dentures with Dr Cooper

In the past, Dr Valerie Cooper of Miami Valley Prosthodontics relied on volunteer help to make digital dentures for her patients. Now with Envisiontec’s advanced 3D printing technology, Dr Cooper and her staff can produce more dentures, with better detail – saving them time and cutting costs. To learn more about the Vida 3D printer … Continued

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How the DDU can support you

The Dental Defence Union (DDU) can support you throughout your professional life. As you enter the working world, it is important to know that there is an organisation who can guide, support and defend you throughout your career. The Dental Defence Union (DDU) is led and staffed by dentists with real-life experience of the pressures … Continued

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Teeth Team Trustee Ingrid Perry Awarded MBE

Ingrid Perry, Secretary and Trustee of the award-winning children’s dental health charity Teeth Team, is to be awarded an MBE for ‘Services to Education and Improvement of Dental Health in Young People’ in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Working closely with local schools for many years, Ingrid was instrumental in helping found the nationally recognised … Continued

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Managing Patient Anxiety: A guide for dental nurses

By Charlotte Foreman, marketing executive, Kent Express Dental Supplies. 1 in 4 patients are anxious about going to the dental practice. In a survey by the British Dental Health Foundation, 36% of those who didn’t see a dentist regularly said that fear was the main reason. Choosing not to go to the dentist can potentially … Continued

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Increased fines prove that illegal tooth whitening does not pay

Beauty therapists and anybody else who is not a dental professional are being warned not to perform tooth whitening in clinics and spas, following a recent surge of fines and prosecutions. Authorities are now clamping down on those carrying out tooth whitening illegally, and courts are increasing the severity of the fines and convictions being … Continued

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Did it once, did it well

Julian English attended the opening of a new dental clinic in Ealing, London. Here’s the story. The Haven Green Dental Clinic, a 10-surgery practice in a Georgian Terrace has been re-located to brand new purpose-built premises on adjacent land. The new clinic is a three-storied, modern, spacious and air-conditioned building with lift access to all … Continued

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Honour Health sponsors Ponteland United FC Under 14s

Honour Health (a dental practice based in Ponteland, Northumberland) has announced its sponsorship of Ponteland United FC Under 14s Blues. An award-winning dental and skincare practice in Newcastle upon Tyne is kicking off its sponsorship of a well-established Jesmond football club. Honour Health, based at Osborne Road in Jesmond, is the newest main kit sponsor of West Jesmond AFC, … Continued

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Robbie Hughes treats Liverpool footballers, Imogen the Ibiza Weekender and Gaz from Geordie Shore

Robbie Hughes, owner of Dental Excellence (www.dentalexcellenceuk.co.uk) is reported to be the clinician behind the restorative and aesthetic dental treatment of a string of famous sports people and celebrities in the Liverpool area. According to his Instagram account, consenting-to-exposure patients include Liverpool footballers Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho, Sadio Mané plus a whole host of reality stars including Geordie … Continued

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Corporates merge

Two corporates merged this week. Julian English reports Oradi Limited has merged with Dental Care Group. Oradi had a portfolio of three high quality NHS and mixed dental practices in Northamptonshire with two practices in Wellingborough and a third practice in Daventry. Dental Care Group had almost 20 practices across East Anglia, and the merger … Continued

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Successful treatment of a maxillary central incisor diagnosed with infected dens invaginatus (Oehlers’ type III) and associated apical periodontitis

Figure 1: Classification of dens invaginatus, adapted from Oehlers (1957) class I (a); class II (b, c); class III (d) Adrian Espinoza Muñoz, Jorge Paredes Vieyra, Fabian Ocampo Acosta and Francisco Javier Jiménez Enriquez review dens invaginatus in root canals, and measure how best to approach the condition. Dens invaginatus (DI) is a growth-related malformation resulting … Continued

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Print management firm XBM acquires Birmingham base

From left: William Islip, senior relationship manager at Natwest, with XBM’s managing director Justin English and director Richard Taylor A specialist print management company, founded and headquartered in Leeds, has acquired a permanent office in Birmingham. This supplier of specialist print equipment to the dental profession, is going from strength to strength. XBM has used £235,000 of funding … Continued

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Practical tips for endodontic success

This year, improve your clinical techniques at Practice hints and tips in endodontics with speakers focusing on microsurgery and Reciproc Practical hints and tips in endodontics is one day seminar being held in London on 15 June. Attenders will earn over seven hours from the lectures on the day, plus access to a substantial volume of … Continued

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Survey preliminary results show consistency

Preliminary results from our survey of endodontics are showing some consistent results. For example, under the question ‘what topics, article or authors would you like to see more of in Endodontic Practice?’, almost all responders have asked for more clinical case studies. The survey has been running for a few weeks now and closes at … Continued