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Review – Clinical Problem Solving in Dentistry

Review – Clinical Problem Solving in Dentistry

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Clinical Problem Solving in Dentistry by Edward. W. Odell Publisher: Churchill Livingstone; 3rd edition (25 Jan 2010) ISBN: 0443067848 Price: £37.99 on Amazon (but BDA members can get this for less on Elsevier) There

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FinalBDS London revision weekend: a review.

FinalBDS London revision weekend: a review.

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  On 16th and 17th February 2013, the TeethGeek team were at the FinalBDS weekend revision course at the London School of Pharmacy run by The MDU / DDU. Here is what we thought:

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#TubuleStart Young Dentist Day

#TubuleStart Young Dentist Day

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  Our good friends at DentinalTubules are having their second day of lectures aimed specifically at young dentists starting out in their dental careers! Following on from the fantastic response we had after the

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A Guide to a Successful Patient Case Presentation

A Guide to a Successful Patient Case Presentation

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  For any final year dental student, the thought of standing up and presenting a case in front of tutors eager to pick your brains and home in on even the tiniest of areas

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Viral infections affecting the mouth – A summary

Viral infections affecting the mouth – A summary

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  Viral infections affecting the mouth – A summary Herpes virus About  Herpes virus DNA virus There are 8 Herpes viruses present(H1-8) Characterised by latency and are reactivated in patients with compromised immunity. Herpes

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Mechanisms of Fluoride in Caries Prevention

Mechanisms of Fluoride in Caries Prevention

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Fluoride is integral to the practice of present day dentistry. There is a huge emphasis on prevention currently taught by the dental schools that are training the new cohort of dental professionals. On top

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G.V. Blacks Classification

G.V. Blacks Classification

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G. V. Blacks classification put carious lesions into 5 categories based on the affected tooth surfaces. This system was described over 100 years ago and has since been deemed incomplete as it does not

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The Scope of Post-Graduate Training in the UK

The Scope of Post-Graduate Training in the UK

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  So you have completed your dental degree, you’re building your own patient list and now you’re well into the swing of working life. What’s next? In this article I highlight the range of

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Post extraction Socket dressings: What am I using?

Post extraction Socket dressings: What am I using?

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Packing a tooth socket post extraction is commonly used as a treatment for complications, or as an additional aid to haemostasis. As dental students we will use the socket dressings that our tutors tell

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IOTN – Orthodontics in the NHS

IOTN – Orthodontics in the NHS

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Throughout our professional lives, at university or beyond, we will be lucky to evade this question: “Will I need braces?”, be it from a self-conscious teen or a worried parent. What they are really

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