In an endeavour to ensure a great monthly read, the team at Dental Nursing always strives to include valuable learning experiences – and, thanks to our expanded editorial board, we have some exciting topics and ideas in the pipeline.
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.
Inductions, appraisals and personal development plans should all be implemented in dental practices. This article discusses each of these processes, and explains why they should be carried out
This article will explore the evolution of the dental team in relation to our society's oral health requirements viewed through political, financial and social lenses
In this article, Ali Lowe discusses the effects that alcohol can have on dental health—high pH levels and hidden sugar can have detrimental effects on teeth. Alcohol can also have an effect on systemic health, including liver damage, dementia, stroke and oral cancer
A certificate in endodontic nursing has been needed for a long time. Not only for increasing knowledge and chairside skills in endodontic nursing but also for recognition of nurses who assist endodontists or general dentists with a special interest in endodontics
The demand for dental care in secure settings is rising in conjunction with a steady rise in the overall prison population. Patients often have a history of drug-taking and alcohol abuse, underlying poor nutrition and heavy smoking. Maintaining good oral health is, therefore, a challenge