The articles in this section all qualify for verifiable CPD. To gain your CPD hours, read the article and then click on the link at the end to answer the questions.
Readers will be awarded one verifiable CPD hour per article (unless otherwise stated), providing they record at least 50 per cent of the correct answers.
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.
[ Words: Ilyaas Rehman, BDS (Glas) ] Introduction Introduction This case report documents the treatment provided for a very anxious… Read more
Consultation represents the next step on the journey towards achieving a more effective system of CPD Some dental professionals feel… Read more
Introduction Implementing the best available evidence and enabling positive sustainable change in practice is an enviable goal for anyone providing… Read more
Abstract A paediatric dental avulsion is not a clinical scenario that you will be faced with on a daily basis… Read more
With the introduction of the first intraoral scanner, CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) by Dentsply Sirona in 1985,… Read more
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