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Our ten step guide to good dentistry for young dentists.
Be mindful of the potential dangers that social networking and other online communications presents.
Unregistered DCPs could put you at risk.
Why you should nip inappropriate patient behaviour in the bud.
As a dental professional you are responsible for ensuring the security of all patient information.
All members of the dental team have an ethical duty to put patients' interests first.
Be careful to respond appropriately to complaints made by someone claiming to act on behalf of the patient.
All patient complaints must be taken seriously.
If a dental professional apologies to a patient they are simply showing concern – not admitting liability or fault.