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Is your complaints procedure up to task? We examine why they are so important and explain what needs to be included for them to be effective.
Emily Howden offers an overview of key factors for GDPs to consider in relation to root canal treatment.
DDU dento-legal adviser Sarah Ide presents five topical tips to help you avoid dento-legal problems over the festive period.
The Chief Dental Officer (CDO) for England, Sara Hurley, has written to dental professionals in England to remind them about the latest advice for EpiPens in dental practice.
Complaints are common, and it's vital to know how to handle them professionally and appropriately.
Certain aspects of prescribing can leave dental professionals facing a storm of criticism, and these issues - particularly involving antibiotics - are a common factor in complaints and claims.
It's natural to want to help those close to you, but the DDU still receives calls from members asking about the possible ethical and professional implications of treating friends and relatives.
What factors do dental practitioners need to consider in light of the new rules surrounding the provision of amalgam?
A patient in her late 50s attended her dentist complaining of pain from a back tooth.