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A clear message was delivered by the Australian Dental Association (ADA) to Senators at the Inquiry into the Private Health Insurance Amendment (GP Services) Bill last week in Sydney. Patient choice will be eroded and clinical autonomy of practitioners will […]
The Dental Board of Australia has announced the national registration fee for dental practitioners for 2014/15. The fee will apply from 9 September 2014, and cover the registration period for most practitioners of 1 December 2014 to 30 November 2015. […]
The first ever champion of oral health advocacy will be announced in Dental Health Services Victoria’s Public Oral Health Awards this year. The annual Public Oral Health Awards, now in their fourth year, honour the achievements of those who have […]
by Dr Kim Davies, Bytes Dental, Ballina, NSW Verifloss is the handiest flossing stick on the market. Other models are either too short, making them difficult to hold and fiddly to use, or they need to be pre-loaded. Loading up […]
The oral health and dental care of Australians has improved over the long term; however some of the positive trends since the 1970s may be reversing, according to a new report released this week by the Australian Institute of Health […]
A least three Australians are being diagnosed with oral cancer each day. The Australian Dental Association is showing its support for Daffodil Day today by highlighting the risks of cancer that can occur in the mouth. Daffodil Day raises funds […]
Victoria’s dental community has been gearing up for the 2014 ADIA Victorian Dental Show. Held over 22-23 August 2014 at the Melbourne Convention Centre, this event allows dentists and allied oral healthcare professionals the opportunity to see the latest products […]