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Crowns Revision Part 1

Crowns Revision Part 1

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  This article, as part of a 3-part series, is designed to give dental students an overview into the World of Crowns.¬† Useful as a revision and reference tool, this article is intended to

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My Dental Elective in Tonga

My Dental Elective in Tonga

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  Armed with 8 weeks off and a carte blanche to choose whichever countries we desired, we set off to plan our summer of a lifetime. Initially we decided which disciplines of dentistry we

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Free CPD Access for Dental Students!

Free CPD Access for Dental Students!

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  Calling all Dental Students! You can access Pro Dental CPD for free as a dental student and get access to learning and revision content. Enjoy! CPD is mandatory for all UK dental professionals,

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Dental Foundation Training (DF1) for ALL UK Grads?

Dental Foundation Training (DF1) for ALL UK Grads?

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COPDEND have released the ‘Applicant Guide’ for the 2014 National Recruitment process. We have been informed that there is an important change in the ‘Person Specification’ which means that there will possibly be dental

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New GDC ‘Standards for the Dental Team’

New GDC ‘Standards for the Dental Team’

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The new GDC ‘Standards for the Dental Team’ publication¬†will be very useful for final years about to go through national recruitment interviews. Everyone who is registered with the GDC will have just received this

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Patients in pain; taking a Dental pain history

Patients in pain; taking a Dental pain history

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When you’re taking a history from a patient in pain, it can be difficult ask the right questions at the right time at first. Your patient will be telling you all sorts about how

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Describing Lesions on a Radiograph

Describing Lesions on a Radiograph

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Being able to describe a lesion on an X-ray is not only important for passing VIVAs and OSCEs as a student, but also for communicating with other professionals out in general practice. This article

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Is that 8 close to the IDN? Radiographic signs.

Is that 8 close to the IDN? Radiographic signs.

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This article covers one of the favourite questions asked by oral surgery tutors. How can you tell whether that 8 is close to the inferior dental nerve (IDN)? At some point in your undergraduate

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NICE Guidelines you need to know: CG64 Prophylaxis against Infective Endocarditis

NICE Guidelines you need to know: CG64 Prophylaxis against Infective Endocarditis

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Main points of the NICE guidelines on infective endocarditis (IE) prophylaxis that you need to know. Historically, patients were given antibiotic prophylaxis before any dental intervention if they were considered to be at risk

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A milestone for Bridge2Aid

A milestone for Bridge2Aid

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  We have been receiving a high volume of emails from students and dentists about elective and volunteering opportunities. That’s why we are so happy to share the good news that Bridge2Aid has expanded

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