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If successful, your certificate will then be emailed out to you.
Please note, the CPD quizzes for the most recent issue will close when the next issue is published.
Arvind Sharma, BDS(Dund), MSc(Endo), MJDFRCS(Eng), MFDSRCPS(Glas) Arvind Sharma presents the second and final part of a structured critical review to… Read more
Day One Ms B attends as a new patient at a local dental surgery complaining of sensitivity in a number… Read more
Due to its powerful regenerative properties, platelet rich growth factor Endoret (PRGF) is being increasingly used in many fields of… Read more
Patients suitable to undergo conscious sedation (CS) include those with moderate-severe anxiety, a swallow/gag reflex or a mild learning/physical disability… Read more
In the first article, we explored how to establish a research question using the PICO (Population, Intervention, Comparator and Outcome) method… Read more
A new patient in her early 30s attended for a check-up. A routine radiograph revealed caries under the amalgam filling… Read more
Imaging is essential in endodontics. Traditionally, X-rays (radiographs) have been used and more recently cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) is… Read more
This article is the first in a series that aims to introduce the modern-day dental practitioner to evidence-based dentistry (EBD).… Read more
Gingival swellings are one of the most frequently encountered lesions in the oral cavity 1. Many different conditions can present as… Read more
Short and extra-short implants are a powerful tool in oral implantology these days 1. The use of these implants facilitates the… Read more
A narrow diameter implant is an implant with a diameter less than 3.75mm and is clinically indicated to replace maxillary… Read more
The use of silver-based compounds as antimicrobial agents has been well-documented and common practice for more than 100 years in… Read more