• After the election

    Opinion with Tommy O’Malley

  • If you rebuild it they will come

    New Dublin Dean, Professor Brian O’Connell, talks about his plans for the dental school

  • Management of traumatic injuries to the permanent dentition

    Dr Robert Philpott argues that a strict adherence to biological principles and a common-sense approach is key when dealing with trauma patients

  • Best practice for infection control

    Christine Bowness from Prestige Medical explains how you can improve efficiency and make cost savings by embracing best practice

  • Tourette’s syndrome and TMJ

    How effective is orthodontics in treating the symptoms of Tourette’s syndrome? André Hedger describes the case of a patient who developed significant ‘tics’ following a seizure

  • Making the dream a reality

    Striking out on your own can be a daunting decision. Joanne McGarrity took the bold step and is now thriving in her own practice

  • Hidden symptoms

    Whiplash and its effects on the temporo–mandibular joint (TMJ) by Meurig Devonald BDS

  • Integrating DSM in your practice

    Dental Sleep Medicine (DSM) is a fascinating and fulfilling addition to the practice of dentistry. Ahead of her talk at the Scottish Dental Show in May, Dr Aditi Desai explains how to introduce DSM

  • Building the foundations

    Queen’s University Belfast graduate William Maguire discusses his experiences going through the North East General Practitioner Trainee (GPT) Scheme in England

  • Functional therapy

    Dr Tony O’Connor’s article on orofacial myofunction has been credited for its well researched logic into early intervention

  • Getting the whole picture

    Dr Laura Fee gives an overview on the use of panoramic radiographs in general dental practice

  • Orofacial myofunction

    Cork dentist Dr Tony O’Connor explains why early orthodontic intervention is imperative in tackling a range of developmental problems among children

  • Prevention over intervention

    Gerry McKenna, president of the European College of Gerodontology 2014–2015, asks who is picking up the bill for the ageing population?

  • Whiter than whitening

    Dental professionals are continuing the fight to prevent beauty salons illegally carrying out the popular procedure. But more has to be done to stop customers being ripped off, finds Stewart McRobert

  • A better solution for bulk filling

    Dr Christoph Hüskens explains how the dual-curing principle can be a major advantage compared with the existing thin-flowing bulk composites presently available on the market