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Osteoporosis is a condition which affects over three million people in the UK, and can result in a great deal of pain and inevitably reduces a person’s ability to do the things they once took for granted. But a new software product being pioneered in dental surgeries looks set to change the way in which… Read more »

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Those of us in the dentistry professional, whether hygienists, dentists, nurses or recruitment advisers, know only too well that teeth whitening can be extremely dangerous if approached the wrong way, with the wrong tools, and in the wrong hands. But sadly most consumers who have no particular knowledge of the world of dentistry do not… Read more »

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How old do you think the dentistry profession is? A few hundred years? A thousand years? A recent discovery seems to suggest that dentistry dates back at least 6,500 years! A hundred years ago during a dig near Trieste, Slovenia, archaeologists unearthed a very old human jawbone, and on closer inspection it appears that one… Read more »

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Ask anyone who has spent long enough standing underneath a coconut tree and they’ll probably suggest that coconuts are not great for your health. But there’s a fair difference between being bashed on the head by a coconut falling thirty feet from a tree, and what the oil appears to be able to do for… Read more »

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It’s official. The UK is now the most expensive country in the world for dental treatment. This is something which a lot of people have suspected for some time, but a recent study focusing on private dental care in the UK reveals that there is perhaps an even wider gap that many people believe. England… Read more »

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A recent study by the Office Of Fair Trading doesn’t share a great deal of positive light on the world of dentistry. It seems that a combination of insufficient information and deliberately misleading information is giving the industry a very bad image, and one which the OFT is keen to address. The study revealed that… Read more »