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Charity warning over new telephone scam

The Oral Health Foundation is issuing advice for people calling its Dental Helpline service following an online telephone scam that tricks victims into being charged premium rates. The scam features a series of bogus telephone numbers that forward people to the Dental Helpline. While connected, fraudsters are then able to hit callers with highly-inflated charges. […]

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BADN Supports Fizzy Free February campaign

Fizzy drinks are the largest single source of sugar for children aged 11-18, and they provide an average of 29% of daily sugar intake. Cutting out fizzy drinks is an easy way to reduce your sugar intake. By committing to going fizz free for the entire month of February, it will make easier to cut […]

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STARTING WELL CORE: Update Report – progress to January 2019

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Update on NHS Long Term Plan for Oral Health

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23rd Annual Conference for Dental Care Professionals

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Message from Office of the Chief Dental Officer, England on behalf of National Institute for Health Research (NIHR)

In 2017 the National Institute for Health (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) Oral and Dental Health Specialty Group in collaboration with the Dental Schools Council and Public Health England, launched an initiative to identify unanswered questions relating to oral and dental health research from a patient, public and clinical perspective. Following a workshop held on […]

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Study Day: Orthodontic National Group Day

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General Dental Council publishes CPD literature review research

As part of Shifting the balance: a better, fairer system of dental regulation, the General Dental Council (GDC) made a commitment to develop a model of CPD which encourages and enables dental professionals to take ownership of CPD planning, development and innovation. Today, they took the next step in delivering on this commitment by publishing […]

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The CDO has released a Notice on the restrictions of use and disposal of dental amalgam

CLICK HERE TO READ THE LETTER

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BADN “CAUTIOUSLY WELCOMES” NEW GDC APPROACH TO SETTING FEES

The British Association of Dental Nurses (BADN), the UK’s professional association for dental nurses, today “cautiously welcomed” the announcement by the General Dental Council (GDC) on their new approach to setting the Annual Retention Fee for dental professionals. BADN President Hazel Coey said “BADN welcome any suggestion that the GDC is moving towards more realistic […]

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