Industry Trends

Dentistry – One year on

It’s hard to believe that this month marks the anniversary of our return to a very different world of clinical practise. A year on, after a mammoth effort by every individual across the sector, we have settled into our new ways of working, seeing as many patients as possible while keeping everyone safe. However, with Dentistry – One year on

International Nurses Day

International Nurses Day is celebrated around the world on 12 May, the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. {my}dentist wants to pay tribute and say a huge thank you to all our Dental Nurses and Student Dental Nurses, who have played an essential role in allowing us to treat, care and support our patients in practice. International Nurses Day

At {my}dentist we are one big family

Associate Dentist, Dr Faith Iwu, has never felt alone at {my}dentist, least of all during the pandemic. We all need a strong support network to lean on and that’s exactly what she’s come to rely on from what she fondly calls her ‘big {my}dentist family’. “I first joined {my}dentist nine years ago as a locum At {my}dentist we are one big family

Dentistry in a post-Covid-19 world

Since March, dentistry has changed faster than ever before. Clinicians have had to adapt quickly while coping with fears for their safety and that of their loved ones, anxiety over their livelihoods, and concern for their patients, many of whom desperately needed care during lockdown. There has never been a more uncertain time, but one Dentistry in a post-Covid-19 world