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 Dentistry Scotland and Young Dentist magazine and is a news editor on Dentistry.co.uk. She has worked at FMC Ltd for over 13 years and has extensive experience in the world of dental publishing. Working in the publishing sector for over 21 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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Free dental exhibition on oral health in London

A free exhibition titled ‘Heads up! Shining a light on innovations in oral health’ is open this December in London The exhibition is held at the Arcade at Bush House, King’s College London, Monday to Friday, 12.00 – 18.00 until the 13th December. It is the culmination of the Arts in Dentistry Innovation Programme. The experimental arts-based approach has brought new perspectives … Continued

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Slow Dentistry launches in London

The new ‘Slow Dentistry’ initiative held its first UK event in London last month. Slow Dentistry is the brainchild of Dr Miguel Stanley, who’s building a movement focused on achieving the best for patients. At the first UK event, held on 23 November, early adopters including Koray Feran, Simon Chard, Jameel Gardee, Rhona Eskander and Marcus Engelschalk explained … Continued

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King’s College London announces new dental therapy and hygiene course

King’s College London has launched a new dental therapy and hygiene undergraduate course. The faculty of Dentistry, Oral and Craniofacial Sciences at King’s College London is now open for UK/EU applications for September 2020 entry. This new course combines the latest thinking in dental education with early clinical experience. Students will be trained to be safe beginner clinicians, prepare for … Continued

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UCL Eastman researchers recognised for linking gum disease with diabetes

Professor Francesco D’Aiuto and his periodontics team from UCL Eastman have won the 2019 Clinical Research Award from the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP). This prize recognises an outstanding scientific article which has direct clinical reference to periodontics. The team won for their recent paper which showed that treating gum disease may help lower blood glucose level. They … Continued

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Fillings not the best way to tackle tooth decay in children

There’s no evidence to suggest conventional fillings are more successful than sealing decay into teeth. Findings from a major dental trial suggest that preventing tooth decay from occurring in the first place is the most effective way for parents to help avoid pain and infection from decay in their children’s teeth. Dentists from the Universities … Continued

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Study day hosted by ONG for dental nurses and therapists

The Orthodontic National Group (ONG) has announced the date for its Spring study day next year. The event will take place on Saturday 28 March at the British Orthodontic Society, 12 Bridewell Place, London EC4V 6AP from 9am to 4pm. Furthermore, the price is £50 for ONG members and £70 for Non ONG members. This also includes … Continued

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Invisalign Pop-Up opens in Westfield, Stratford

Align Technology has launched a new Invisalign Pop-Up, in Westfield Shopping Centre Stratford, east London. It hopes the pop-up experience will re-invent the way consumers interact with the brand. It is a new way of accessing information about teeth straightening and connect with Invisalign doctors in the local area. Fast and convenient Invisalign Pop-Up Patients are increasingly … Continued

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Tif Qureshi wins Swedish prize for minimally invasive dentistry

UK dentist, Tif Qureshi, and his fellow IAS Academy instructor from Oslo, Erik Svendsrud, recently received the Sverker Prize. The Sverker Prize is awarded in memory of Sverker Toreskog. For both the winners, the Sverker Prize jury mentioned their continuous effort to help patients achieve a functional smile without massive tooth destruction. Erik has also focused … Continued

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Blue Wednesday is here!

As part of Mouth Cancer Action Month, the Oral Health Foundation is urging everyone to wear something blue on Wednesday 13 November. Known as Blue Wednesday, the day aims to raise awareness of mouth cancer. Participants have been urged to show their support and ‘do something blue’. This can take the form of buying a … Continued



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