Volume 4 Issue 7 July 2017

Volume 4 Issue 7

The authors of our CPD article this month consider dental general anaesthesia in children in detail, with a particular focus on the impact of caries-related treatment under GA on the daily life of children and their families.

We also place the spotlight on the laboratory side of making a dental crown; how dental professionals can protect their spine; and meet two multi-talented DCPs.

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Letters and news

Features

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    Karen Suarez, 47, is a dental practice manager, extended duties nurse OHE, an assessor for the BDA, an examiner for NEBDN, a Specialist Advisor for the CQC, and an Accredited School Governor. She is married with two daughters and lives in London.

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    Anne-Marie Saxton, 35, is a practice manager and treatment coordinator in Nottingham, and also her practice's oral health educator and referral coordinator. Anne-Marie has a 5-year-old daughter called Freya.

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    Susannah Palumbo and Felicity Slater were awarded the BDA Education Outstanding Oral Health Education Student and Outstanding Dental Radiography Student 2016 respectively at the recent BDA Honours and Awards ceremony in Manchester. BDJ Team caught up with the award winners to find out more about their experiences and their career aspirations.

  • Feature |

    Ashley Byrne explains the basics of making a crown using digital dentistry.

    • Ashley Byrne
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    As a dental professional, it is difficult to avoid prolonged static postures. Dr James Tang provides practical guidance for dealing with musculoskeletal disorders.

    • James Tang

Research

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