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Published on June 28, 2012

Should we be eating like our ancestors?

Research claims absence of chewing raw meat, vegetables and grains in our modern diets, could be the cause of the most common popular dental problems in our society. The suggestion emerged from the recent conference ‘Evolution of Human Teeth & Jaws: Implications for Dentistry & Orthodontics’ in the US. Experts at the conference, including food […]

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Published on April 2, 2012

Study reveals office dogs reduce stress

According to a recent study, dogs in the workplace help boost employee morale and reduce levels of stress. We always knew there was a reason why everyone loves having our canine companion, Lottie, in the office. Lottie will be pleased to know she’s helping the team, whilst she wanders around the office letting us all […]

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Published on September 19, 2011

OFT launch review of dental industry

Last week, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) began a market research study on whether the private and NHS dentistry markets are working well for patients. The review has been commissioned as there have been increasing concerns amongst consumer bodies such as Which?, due to patients becoming confused by treatments and prices. Sonya Branch, OFT […]

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Published on August 18, 2011

Tweet Tweet

Everyone’s talking about ‘it’ and doing ‘it’ but really what’s all the fuss about? Can the dental world really benefit from Twitter or is it just another fad? A recent study by Heaivilin et al, 2011 titled Public Health Surveillance of Dental Pain via Twitter (for the full article – http://bit.ly/rfYn4N) found that there is […]

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