Versha Miyanger, Author at Dentistry.co.uk
Versha Miyanger

Versha Miyanger

Author at Dentistry.co.uk

Versha Miyanger is the managing editor of Orthodontic Practice and Deputy Editor of Private Dentistry and Laboratory magazine. She has worked at FMC Ltd for over 12 years and has extensive experience in the world of dental publishing. Working in the publishing sector for over 20 years, she has written, edited and commissioned for several scientific, pharmaceutical, medical and engineering journals, both online, in print and on their social media sites. Email: [email protected]
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Revolutionary change

With more than 1000 Invisalign cases under his belt, New York based orthodontist Dr Barry Glaser tells us how using Invisalign Teen has transformed and benefitted his practice New York based Dr Barry Glaser has always been passionate about orthodontics. ‘I wanted to become an orthodontist since I was five years old,’ he says. ‘Even … Continued

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Practice in the spotlight: Heaton Mersey Orthodontic Centre

Specialist orthodontist Bilal Bhatti at the multi award winning Heaton Mersey Orthodontic Centre believes in providing the highest quality clinical treatment and an efficient and smooth patient flow Can you tell us a bit about your background? BB: I was born in London, but lived in Dundee for four years when I was three years … Continued

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3M and 3Shape partner to advance digital workflows for orthodontics

3M and 3Shape have announced their intention to work together to advance the field of orthodontics through digital workflows supporting indirect bonding, clear aligners and other emerging digital orthodontic workflows ‘Our partnership with 3Shape puts our customers first and is designed with practitioners, their patients, and their businesses in mind. Our goal is to make … Continued

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Trumpeting the power of braces

Bristol teenager Lubo Rnic’s tooth-straightening story wins first prize in British Orthodontic Society’s Against the Odds award This inspirational story demonstrates the impact of a collaboration between orthodontist and speech and language therapist. Lubo Rnic badly wanted to play the trumpet when he was in primary school. Try as he might, he was the only … Continued

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BOS welcomes new website with ortho information for patients

A new website for patients called Orthodontic Sense is welcomed by the British Orthodontic Society (BOS) Orthodontic Sense has been created by a team of four dental professors who work in universities: Professors Kevin O’Brien, Susan Cunningham, Padhraig Fleming and  Zoe Marshman. The site went live in the week starting 22 January and has information … Continued

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Give patients notice of plans to go private, DDU advises

Dentists planning to leave the NHS and move to offering patients private treatment only are being given advice from the Dental Defence Union (DDU) about how best to communicate the decision to patients. It was recently revealed that nearly 60% of UK dentists are planning to leave the NHS in the next five years. The … Continued

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Brexit on the programme at Consultant Orthodontist Group meeting

What impact will Brexit have on healthcare and on dentistry in particular? One of the people who is best qualified to answer this question is the MP Hilary Benn and he will be speaking on that very topic at the March meeting of the British Orthodontic Society’s Consultants’ symposium. A Labour stalwart and a ‘Remainer’, … Continued

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Making the right first impression

Apollo Dental explains that if you’re offering high-end dentistry, it must be matched by a high-end look What does a patient experience when they walk through your doors for the first time? When we habitually inhabit the same space every day, we don’t tend to pay attention to these important details. But to a new … Continued