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  • How Red Wine Can Damage Your Teeth

    Should dentists now be warning about the effects that alcohol including red wine can have on your oral health?

    Despite the generalised notion that a small amount of red wine on a daily basis can be good for your maintaining your overall health, there has been recent speculation that questions the effect that red wine could be having on more specifically your oral health.

    Generally alcoholic drinks are thought to be damaging to your teeth due to their high sugar content. This combined with alcohol’s acidity often causes the enamel of the teeth to slowly erode. Although red wines might not have such high sugar levels in comparison with carbonated drinks, red wine can still cause considerable damage to your teeth as the acidic characteristics of wine means that your teeth is not only stained but also eroded. Continue reading

  • Dentistry Event – Setting Yourself up in practice

    Setting up your own dental practice or taking over an existing practice can be an extremely daunting task. There will be plenty of things on your to do list and more than likely some equally important tasks that you would have forgotten about. This is where the British Dental Association event “Setting yourself up in practice: unlocking your business potential” will help you make your business a success. The event taking place on Friday 5th September 2014 in London is open to both BDA Members, non members and dental care professionals.

    The all-day event will include:

  • Dental Visits Differ Geographically In The UK

    Guidelines recommend that you should visit the dentist approximately every 6 months in order to keep your oral health in check. We recently posted a blog entry regarding the gender divide when it comes to attendance at dental appointments. Further studies by dentistry today have also noticed a significant geographical divide.

    This geographical divide is showing that Wales is falling behind in dental appointment as a study indicates that “nearly 50 % of adults in the country have not visited the dentist for at least 2 years.”

    Despite these worrying results the study has also revealed that there does appear to be a slight increase in attendance compared to previous results collected between 2011 – 2013. However health campaigners are arguing that this is not enough and there needs to be a greater awareness of the importance of dental health.

    Source of information: Dentistry Today 


  • Up Coming Dentistry Awards

    The nominations for this year’s dentistry awards tailored to rewarding those in technical dentistry are now open. Decide the most appropriate category and register your nomination.


    Categories include:

    • Best Team
    • Most Innovative Laboratory
    • Best Laboratory website
    • Best orthodontic laboratory
    • Best Implant laboratory
    • Best aesthetic laboratory
    • Overall best dental laboratory


    So if you want to acknowledge your dental team for their efforts you can nominate them here.






  • Do Your Dental Patients Often Skip Check Ups?

    You probably tell your patients that they should have a dental check-up approximately every 6 months and at the minimum once every year. However despite this advice many dentists are still witnessing an increase in the number of patients that are skipping their appointments.

    You might have noticed a gender divide in those visiting your dental surgery as research according to a survey by the dental people suggests that 49% of women compared to 43% of men were more likely to attend the dentist regularly. Despite this there is still an astonishing 5 million people in the UK who have failed to attend the dentist in the last 10 years. Continue reading

  • Scottish Dentists Install Defibrillators

    A new NHS scheme has been rolled out to install defibrillators at Scottish Dentists in order to treat individuals who go into cardiac arrest. The Defibrillators will attempt to shock the heart in order to restore its natural rhythm.


    It will promote better survival chances for not just dental patients at the practice but also those in the wider community. This proposal to insert defibrillators has come as The Public Health Minister has recognised the importance of giving the public better access to these medical appliances that can be the difference between life and death. Continue reading

  • Upcoming Dentistry Event

    What: The Art and Science of General Dental Practice
    When: Friday 6th June
    When: Cavendish Conference centre – London

    Speakers at this event:
    Professor Trevor Burke
    Martin Kelleher
    Professor Tony Ireland
    Tif Qureshi
    Louis Mackenzie Continue reading

  • No Smoking Day Is Supported By Dentists

    On March 14th the national “No Smoking Day” will sweep the nation. Even though this campaign focuses on the devastating effects smoking can have on an individual’s health, dentists are also showing a substantial interest to show people how smoking can also affect their oral health.

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  • Brief History Of Dentistry

    The dictionary defines dentistry as the branch of medicine that studies, prevents and treats oral cavities. Nowadays, the dentist team is compromised of the dentist and more commonly the technicians, assistants, hygienists and therapists. Although dental issues like tooth decay have always been an issue of the past, this extensive dental team has not always existed and in fact dentistry and its procedures have developed a large amount over the last few centuries.

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