Looking after your teeth in COVID-19 Lockdown

There is no denying it, the world is a very different place compared to just six months ago. As part of the governments’ response all non-urgent or emergency dental treatment has been suspended temporarily. This is to protect patients, clinicians and the availability of protective equipment on the frontline. Exactly what we can do for…

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Limitations of the Solo Doctor

As a part of our recent quality improvement planning, we’ve been discussing the limitations of individual judgement. We’ve found that cases where the whole team treatment planned together would often get better results, even though the work was usually more complex and lengthy. Here are some factors to ponder; Firstly,  errors: Every doctor or other medical…

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Dental Tourism

Over the last 12 years I’ve had an inside view to the effects of dental tourism on both patients and fellow dentists. This blog will share some of my thoughts. The obvious reason for dental tourism is saving money. Dentistry in Asia can cost a third or less of what the median fee would be…

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