Written by Asif, this section of the blog is for everyone working in the dental world.
An invitation to speak at a meeting in Australia was an opportunity I could not turn down, writes Dr Chatoo.
When I first got an invitation to speak at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, I was both delighted and dismayed.
The title of this blog may sound reminiscent of an ancient fable. But this is no moral or magical tale…
I have decided to tackle the thorny Brexit topic – but this blog is strictly apolitical!
I like the concept of a personal development plan (PDP) in which I can map out how I will evolve as a clinician and practice-owner.
I was intrigued to learn recently that at one dental school last year, nearly twice as many MSc students graduated as dental students.
Anyone who has been for treatment here will know how important my orthodontic nurses are to me and to the whole treatment process.
It has come as quite a surprise to me to learn that as a dentist I should comply with a duty of candour not once, but twice.
An antique mouse mat sits beside my computer……
For several years there has been widespread concern about the GDC’s operations – not just among the profession but shared by the regulator’s regulator, the Professional Standards Authority.
Are orthodontists being de-skilled by new digital technologies? No!
Three and a half centuries ago, Robert Hooke was born. He was the author of Micrographia, a book which revolutionised scientific thinking.
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