How much attention have you paid to the dental news this week? – 25 November 2023
It’s been a busy week for dental news. Missed it? Here’s what’s happened over the past seven days…
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt unveiled the government’s tax and spending plans in his Autumn statement this week.
Revealed on Wednesday, Hunt announced cuts in national insurance – but warned that economic growth will be slower than first predicted.
But what does this mean for dentistry? Find out here.
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A study suggested that the sugar tax reduced the amount of child hospital admissions for tooth extractions – here, the profession reacts.
Taking place in Leicester, last Friday marked a celebration of excellence at the iconic Dentistry Awards 2023. Explore the list of winners here!
In the first of her new column, Anushika Brogan discusses the challenges she overcame in her journey as a female corporate owner.
Eating more ultra-processed foods (UPFs) may be associated with a higher risk of developing mouth, throat and oesophagus cancer.
There are only a few tickets remaining for the 2023 Private Dentistry Awards. Find out why you should attend!
FMC’s Craig Welling appeared on the Dental Leaders Podcast this week, opening up about his journey from sales rep to managing director, and the future of the company. You can listen to it here.
We’re bringing you a great webinar next week:
- Nexus iOS – the next generation of digital all-on-X treatment – Michael Tuckman – Tuesday 28 November at 7pm.
Missed a live webinar? No problem! You can watch all webinars via our On Demand section.
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