Missed out on this week’s dental news? No problem, here’s what happened over the past seven days…
School gets help from dental charity after students taken to hospital due to dental pain
Pupils are being treated by a dental charity after a school reached out for help to get students out of pain. Trinity Academy Grammar in West Yorkshire was forced to contact public health officials in the face of a dental crisis among its students.
Child robot that vomits and convulses helps train dentists for medical emergencies
Researchers designed a human-like robot that mimics behaviours of a child to help train dentists. Developed in Tokyo, Japan, it imitates critical symptoms such as vomiting, convulsing and crying. You can watch a video here.
Travelling to the end of the world
Seb Evans speaks to Sahil Patel about his phenomenal expedition to Antarctica, how it all went and the learnings he can bring back into dentistry.
Confessions of a dental nurse – part two
Ellesse Stacey talks us through the highs and lows of dental nursing in the second part of her mini series, Confessions of a Dental Nurse. You can read part one here.
Join Colin Campbell live
Dentistry Live is your chance to interact with Colin Campbell virtually as he carries out a live implant case. It’s free to attend for Dentistry CPD members. Sign up for only £29.99.
NHS dental treatments in Scotland drop by 400k per month
The level of NHS dentistry carried out in Scotland continues to fall below pre-pandemic levels, says the latest annual report by Public Health Scotland (PHS).
Check out what we’ve got coming up on Dentistry Webinars. We have two webinars for you to book in for:
- Is B1 even white enough anymore? – Dr Ahmad Nounu on Tuesday 3 May 2022 at at 19:00
- Are dentists obsolete in clear aligner treatments? – Dr Dan Shaffer and Dr Wayne Hirschowitz on Wednesday 4 May 2022 at 19:00.
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