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A blog on topical and hopefully interesting bits of Perio, Endo and of course Prostho

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Useful online Dentistry papers and resources

Restorative Dentistry RCS Diagnosis, prevention and Management of Dental Erosion RCS Management of Temporomandibular disorders RCS The Oral Management of Oncology patients RCS NHS Implant guidelines RCS Restorative Dentistry needs complexity assessment BSRD Crown and Bridge Guidelines McGill Consensus on... Continue Reading →

Lateral luxations-a short animation on management

Graduation: A minefield for the younger generation of dentists 

Common reasons for choosing dentistry as a vocation in the UK include having a fulfilling career where, after five hard years invested at dental school, one could be rewarded with a high probability of employment and the opportunity to marry... Continue Reading →

Endodontic Microsurgery: A new paradigm in apical disease management by Daniel Flynn

The advent of predictable implant technology has challenged endodontists to adopt more techniques into their armamentarium. Endodontists need to be able to provide high quality predictable treatments. Gone are the days of the clumsy apicectomy and amalgam retrograde fillings. Like all... Continue Reading →

Specialist training in Dentistry

‘What do I need to do to get a training post?’ is a question often asked by those interested in specialising. There are several specific criteria that need to be met before applying for a training post. The following information has... Continue Reading →

Periodontology Revision: The BSP Good Practitioners Guide to Periodontology

When we compare and contrast between periodontology, endodontology and prosthodontics there are few similarities. Endo deals with the bugs on the inside of the root, perio on the outside and prostho groups together restoration of teeth and the replacement of... Continue Reading →

Endodontic Irrigation…whats the secret ?

Irrigation is the key step in disinfection of the root canal system. Reducing the bacterial load within the apical 3mm of the canal in preparation for obturation is largely achieved with chemo-mechanical debridement utilising files and hypochlorite. The method with... Continue Reading →

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