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Dentistry in England: A national disgrace?

LONDON, UK: The British government has recently published the much-anticipated recovery plan for National Health Service (NHS) dentistry in a policy paper, ...

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Study examines oral health of war-affected Ukrainian refugees in Germany

AACHEN, Germany: Dental care is vital for well-being and overall health but is sometimes neglected because of certain barriers to accessing dental services....

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Long-awaited Digital Dentistry Show to premiere in Berlin in June 2024

BERLIN, Germany: Now is an exciting time for dentistry. Technological innovations lie at the heart of the profession and are significantly advancing ...

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Dental services in the US hit with inflated prices

CHICAGO, US: The US Bureau of Labor Statistics began tracking the consumer price index back in 1995. Now, over two decades later, the government agency has...

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Return to normal: NHS England sets 100% activity targets for dentists

LONDON, UK: In an effort to return to business as usual, NHS England has recently announced that it has raised the activity targets of all National Health ...

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Omicron and NHS targets: Dentists in England struggle to restore services

LONDON, UK: Since the English government has decided to ease some of the COVID-19 restrictions just as the winter season has arrived, some professional ...

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Interview: Effects of COVID-19 on dentistry in Asia Pacific, Part 1

COVID-19 has had an enormous impact on dental business, but its effects have varied among countries around the world. In this interview, Dental Tribune ...

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COVID-19 update: Australian and New Zealand dentists experience tighter restrictions

SYDNEY, Australia: After months of relative success in controlling the spread of SARS-CoV-2 across both Australia and New Zealand, recent developments have ...

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Interview: Dr Jalal Khan, operator of the Dental Truck

In Australia, the provision of oral health services for rural and remote communities can be extremely difficult, not least of all because of the country’s...

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Walmart begins its move into health care

DALLAS, Ga., U.S.: Walmart, the world’s largest company by revenue, has recently launched its first health clinic. The retail giant held a grand opening ...

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Interview: Improving oral health through portable and mobile dentistry

In 2018, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Action for Dental Health Act of 2017. The bill was intended to address the dental health crisis in the...

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Australian government continues to support child dental care scheme

CANBERRA, Australia: The Australian government has recently announced it will be committing A$1 billion to ensure the sustainability of the Child Dental ...

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