Celebrating Dental Nurses The 22 November marks National Dental Nurse Day - a day to thank and celebrate the important role of dental nurses. Dental nurses are critical in delivering the best patient care and as part of a well-running dental practice. Dental Nurses Day was first established in 2017 by the Society
Radiography and the impact on Dentistry Welcome to the fascinating world of radiography and its profound impact on dentistry in the UK! Throughout history, radiography has revolutionized the way dental professionals diagnose and treat oral health conditions. From its humble beginnings to the advanced technology we have today, let's explore the journey of
How Dental Nurses spread awareness of Mouth Cancer Mouth Cancer Awareness Month is an important annual event that aims to raise awareness about the risks, prevention, and early detection of mouth cancer. This campaign aims to educate individuals about the signs and symptoms of this disease, bring attention to its increasing prevalence, and
Train as an Orthodontic Nurse October is National Orthodontics Health Month, a time to raise awareness about the importance of orthodontic care and its impact on overall dental health. As dental professionals, we are responsible for staying updated on the latest advancements in orthodontics and providing the best care for our patients. One
World Mental Health Day Mental health is a topic that is often overlooked and stigmatized in our society. However, with the increasing awareness and importance placed on mental well-being, it is crucial to care for our mental health, especially during stressful times such as studying and job hunting. As a dental nurse, you
World Smile Day! Did you know today is World Smile Day! This day, celebrated on the first Friday of October, is all about spreading joy and happiness through a simple smile. And what better way to celebrate than by becoming a dental nurse? Not only will you be helping people achieve healthy and
Why Fluoride Varnish Application is a great addition to your CV. If you’re a recently qualified, registered dental nurse and looking for extra skills to bump up your CV, a fluoride varnish application course could be a great addition. Our NEBDN Certificate in Fluoride Varnish Application is equivalent to a Level 4 qualification.
Fighting dental phobias - how dental nurses can help It's no secret that dental anxiety is a prevalent issue faced by many individuals. In fact, it's more common than you might think. Dentophobia, a term coined to describe the intense fear of visiting the dentist, is incredibly common. To put things into perspective,
How to stand out in your Dental Practice What can be more rewarding than a job that helps other people and where you also feel like a valuable member of a working team? An exceptional dental nurse goes the extra mile to be a standout, irreplaceable member of a dental practice; here’s how.
How Dental Nurses get their GDC Numbers GDC Role The purpose of the General Dental Council (GDC) is to protect the public by ensuring all members of the dental team are regulated This is achieved by: Registering qualified professionals; Setting standards of dental practice and conduct; Assuring the quality of dental education; Ensuring