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The ultimate resource for relevant, evidence-based dentistry

Dental Update is the leading peer-reviewed clinical journal for the dentist in General Practice. It helps GDPs face everyday challenges which occur in the surgery, offering practical and relevant solutions and keeping practitioners informed of innovative developments and clinical procedures.

2018 Enhanced CPD

We are keen to help our members in making the transition to Enhanced CPD as smooth and painless as possible so we have introduced the following:

- All CPD certificates for CPD undertaken from January 2018 onwards (via Dental Update and Orthodontic Update) fully meet the new requirements

- All Dental Update and Orthodontic Update articles now clearly state which development outcome they relate to (A-D)

- We’ve created Guidance Notes which are available for members online

- We created online templates where members can log their CPD Activity, Personal Development Plan information and Field of Practice notes (and where any CPD, regardless of where undertaken, may be logged)

We understand it is preferable to have all CPD saved in one place and are arranging for any CPD undertaken via Dental Update to be automatically logged going forward. All with the aim of making life easier for our members.

Leading Peer-Reviewed Dental Journal

Dental Update provides a range of information and is an invaluable resource, not just focusing on the complexities of restorative and preventative dentistry but also covering specialities including endodontics, oral surgery, orthodontics and periodontics, and all delivered in a clear and readable tone

Current Live Edition: Volume 45 Number 5 - May 2018

P381  Editorial:  Perhaps the thumb technique wasn’t so bad! by T Burke

I recently saw a patient who had four amalgam restorations. All had interproximal overhangs. Figure 1 presents the DPT radiograph, while Figures 2, 3 and 4 present close-ups of the four restorations, or is it five, as some seem to be joined. Although none had finger or thumb prints on the occlusal...

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