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This collection brings together the very best of the British Dental Journal - the most cited, most accessed and most shared articles from the last 12 months (including press coverage, blogs, Twitter, Facebook and Weibo).
They reveal the nature and quality of the BDJ - offering perspectives on clinical practice and research which resonate far beyond the UK.