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A GDC fitness to practise investigation can be a daunting experience, but understanding the process - and how we can help - can mean you're better prepared if you're ever under the spotlight.
Dental care professionals must renew their GDC registration and pay the annual retention fee (ARF) by 31 July 2019.
Despite the perceived fears hanging over the heads of dental professionals, there are positives to be taken from the improvements in the climate in which they work.
Although the principles of advertising seem fairly straightforward, there are some areas where it's possible to slip up, as Eric Easson explains.
DDU dento-legal adviser Sarah Ide presents five topical tips to help you avoid dento-legal problems over the festive period.
Dentists are reminded to renew their GDC registration by paying their annual retention fee (ARF) before midnight on 31 December 2018.
Complaints are common, and it's vital to know how to handle them professionally and appropriately.
Confusion about dental charges and NHS exemption are a common cause of complaint.
The GDC's role is to protect patients and set high standards of dental practice and conduct through statutory registration.