01227 265700
No PR = NO COMMENT
Latest News

'Bottled nature' helps ease dental pain

16/06/2017

Could sitting in the dentist's chair really be as enjoyable as a walk on the beach?

Read more...

Other News

Dentists respond to new report on care for over-65s

18/08/2017

The British Dental Association has responded to a new report suggesting at least 1.8 million people aged 65 and over across England, Wales and Northern Ireland, could have an urgent dental condition.
Read more...

Improving oral health - what can nurses do to help?

18/08/2017

Public Health England has launched an edition of Health Matters focussing on child oral health. As with all editions you can access a wide range of resources, information and infographics to support you in building your knowledge and helping others.
Read more...

Single-tooth Implants and Dental Bridges Market Expecting an Outstanding Growth Till 2022

18/08/2017

The Global Single-tooth Implants and Dental Bridges Market Research Report 2017 renders deep perception of the key regional market status of the Single-tooth Implants and Dental Bridges Industry on a global level that primarily aims the core regions which comprises of continents like Europe, North America, and Asia and the key countries such as United States, Germany, China and Japan.
Read more...

Is Cosmetic Acupuncture The Holistic Alternative To Botox?

18/08/2017

Following the sharp spike in popularity of cosmetic surgery over the past two decades, the beauty tide finally seems to be turning. The days of the ‘frozen face’ are giving way to a desire for a more natural look through gentler treatments, as the increasing interest in wellness, from mental health to food, encourages people to embrace all things holistic.
Read more...

Mum left with rotting smile after avoiding the dentist for 15 YEARS finally faces her fear and splashes out £28K on new set of teeth

11/08/2017

A MUM left with a rotting smile after avoiding the dentist for 15 years finally confronted her fear and spent £28,000 on a new set of gnashers.
Read more...

Is sparkling water bad for you?

11/08/2017

After a recent study suggested sparkling water could make you hungrier, we ask experts if fizzy water actually is bad for you.
Read more...

Man loses feeling in legs after long-term false teeth ‘fixative’ use

11/08/2017

A 62-year-old man lost the feeling in both his legs after prolonged use of a zinc-containing paste used to help ‘glue’ his ill-fitting false teeth into place. The man was referred to a neurology clinic after developing numbness, pain and weakness in his legs, according to a report in the online journal BMJ Case Reports.
Read more...

Row over £1.3m 10,000 new NHS dental places funding

11/08/2017

A row has broken out over funding for new NHS dental patients in Wales. Cardiff and Vale health board will receive £450,000 and Aneurin Bevan £300,000 to create 10,000 extra NHS places to meet "a growing need".
Read more...

Brexit Alliance: Urgent agreement needed on key NHS priority areas

07/08/2017

NHS patients stand to lose out if the government does not give issues like healthcare research and access to new medicines the attention they deserve when trying to untangle from the European Union, the Brexit Health Alliance has warned.
Read more...

Dental Services Market 2017 Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth And Forecast Report Up To 2022

07/08/2017

A dental service is a rapidly growing market in the healthcare industry. Dental services concern with prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of mouth and teeth.
Read more...

'Exciting discovery' in common cold cure search

04/08/2017

Scientists believe they may have made a breakthrough in the search for a cure for the common cold. Researchers say treatments could be developed based on antimicrobial peptides that occur naturally in the immune systems of humans and animals.
Read more...

Scottish Government backtracks on dental bursary scheme

04/08/2017

The British Dental Association (BDA) has accused the Scottish Government of backtracking on its manifesto pledges and shutting off access to the health professions to those on modest incomes, following significant cuts in support to dental students.
Read more...

Employment tribunal fees unlawful, Supreme Court rules

28/07/2017

Fees for those bringing employment tribunal claims have been ruled unlawful, and the government will now have to repay up to £32m to claimants.
Read more...

BSDHT responds to HPV vaccination decision

28/07/2017

BSDHT responds to JCVI’s decision not to vaccinate boys against HPV.
Read more...

UK College of Dentistry Selected to Develop and Pilot Digital Dentistry Curriculum

28/07/2017

Advanced digital technology is challenging the limits of what is possible in oral health, function and beauty. Beginning this fall, the UK College of Dentistry will join a select group of pilot institutions in launching the American College of Prosthodontists (ACP) Digital Dentistry Curriculum.
Read more...

The anti-ageing laser that lights up your arm: FEMAIL puts the alarming-looking treatment to the test (with some surprising results!)

28/07/2017

Over the past five years there has been an explosion in the use of cosmetic lasers. The dental industry reports that the demand for laser teeth whitening is increasing by 40 per cent a year, and that’s before you get to the lasers for skin plumping, sun damage, hair and spider vein removal. In short, when life drags you down, fight back with a beam of photons.
Read more...

Are you ready for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?

18/07/2017

From 25th May 2018, the current Data Protection Act (DPA) will be replaced with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – meaning that all companies that handle personal data will need to adapt to the new legislation.
Read more...

​London Assembly calls on the Mayor to act to tackle children's tooth decay in London

14/07/2017

In a plenary session yesterday the London Assembly debated a motion tabled by Andrew Dismore AM and Dr Onkar Sahota, Chair of the Assembly Health Committee, on the issue of children's oral health in London.
Read more...

​Public Health England new survey of adults attending general dental practice

14/07/2017

Public Health England plans to carry out a voluntary dental practice-based survey of adult oral health status and need in England from October 2017. Data from the survey will be used to inform local commissioning decisions and ensure effective targeting of resources.
Read more...

Scientists Discover A Drug That Regenerates Teeth?

14/07/2017

Research using a chemical that stimulates stem cells in degraded teeth has been tested in mice with promising results, but the research is in its infancy.
Read more...