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Anaesthetics & Pharmaceuticals

There has been a paradigm shift in the way dental care is delivered in recent times.

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Rotary or Reciprocating Endodontics? That is the question…

Dentists have an inherent desire to do things properly and to the best of their ability. Therefore, asking the question “Rotary or reciprocating" is important.

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CAD/CAM Accessories

CAD/CAM technology represents some of the most advanced tools in dentistry today to represents some of the most advanced tools that exist in dentistry.

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DD Sponsors 3 Guide Dogs

DD are proud to announce their support of the Guide Dogs organisation by sponsoring 3 puppies for 1 year who will give independence to someone with sight loss.

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VOCO Admira Fusion – the universal restorative material

Does this sound familiar to you? Your patients asking for compatible products, which meet the high standards for function and aesthetics? With Admira Fusion, VOCO offers a biocompatible universal restorative material, which is purely based on ceramics.

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Futureproof your dental practice

Is your practice prepared for the digital revolution? It’s understood that 15 per cent of UK dental practices use digital technology. Next year that number will have grown significantly as the new wave of dentists come armed with vast knowledge of the latest technology and equipment.

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Is your practice looking after one of its hardest-working assets?

When it comes to dental health we know that prevention is better than cure. These are words we tell our patients to live by, but for most, they will only be fully appreciated when a problem occurs. The same applies to dentists when it comes to maintaining the heath of one of their greatest practice assets – equipment. Are you investing enough in keeping your practice in good health?

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Increase the efficiency of your practice

Equipment neglect is all too common in a busy dental practice, but it puts productivity, team safety, reputation and patient care at risk. Not to mention loss of earnings. In fact, it’s believed that the average dental practice will lose £2,000 each day if it needs to close. Would your practice cope with an equipment failure or would you be forced to turn patients away?

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