A new review of current scientific knowledge on energy drinks finds their advertised short-term benefits can be outweighed by serious health risks.
With Mouth Cancer Action Month set to kick off next week, campaign organiser the Oral Health Foundation is urging all dental professionals to turn blue on Wednesday 15 November and show their support for mouth cancer.
Men who smoke and have five or more partners with whom they perform oral sex have the highest risk of developing a type of head and neck cancer that is triggered by exposure to the human papilloma virus – known as HPV-related oropharyngeal cancer.
The Schülke Infection Prevention and Control Practice of the Year 2017 – in collaboration with The Dentist and Dental Nursing – is now in its third year and, this year, the competition saw scores of entries from across the UK.
The General Dental Council (GDC) has removed a dentist from the register of dental professionals for multiple failings involving wide-ranging cross-infection control, standard of care to patients and record keeping.
The British Society of Paediatric Dentistry’s Outstanding Innovation Award in 2018 is open for entries. The award, now in its second year, was established to give recognition to projects judged by the Society to be most effective at improving children’s oral health.
Mouth Cancer Action Month is only a couple of weeks away. This vitally important campaign is your opportunity to build awareness of mouth cancer and help to stop the impact of this terrible disease by making sure people are aware of its signs, symptoms and causes.