24 Jun
Could dentists play a role in reducing obesity post Covid-19?

Obesity has been a problem in the UK for many years, but there’s no doubt that the Coronavirus crisis has put the issue firmly on the agenda again. Statistics suggest that people who are obese are disproportionately affected by Covid-19 and that those who have a high BMI are less…

17 Jun
Could lockdown pave the way for virtual dentistry?

During the Coronavirus crisis, dentists all over the UK have been providing online services for patients. Now, with lockdown restrictions easing, some dentists believe that virtual dentistry could be here to stay. While practices have been closed to patients, dental professionals have been providing video consultations, telephone advice and online…

12 Jun
A third of dental practices in England expected to open, as lockdown measures are eased gradually

A third of dental practices in England are expected to open in the week commencing Monday 8th June, as lockdown measures continue to be eased gradually. The Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, confirmed that practices in England would be able to open from June 8th at a daily press briefing, and…

03 Jun
Two-thirds of Brits now use an electric toothbrush, survey reveals

More than two-thirds of British adults are now using an electric toothbrush, according to a new survey.  The Oral Health Foundation conducted a poll recently as part of this year’s National Smile Month campaign, which kicked off on the 18th May. The survey showed that there has been an increase…