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.
We are all too aware that mouth cancer is on the rise. More and more cases are being diagnosed every… Read more
I’ve been teaching in the area of child protection and dentistry for approximately eight years and completed a masters by… Read more
In 2011, the Scottish Dental Clinical Effectiveness Programme (SDCEP) published clinical guidance on the Oral Health Management of Patients Prescribed… Read more
A visitor to the biennial International Dental Show (IDS) held in Cologne in March this year could have been mistaken… Read more
The anatomy of the apical foramen changes with age as root formation has yet to be completed when teeth erupt.… Read more
In the first part of this article we looked at the medical and dental history, radiographic examination and diagnosis of… Read more
In this article I hope to cover the development and evolution of a training programme covering dentistry and autism before… Read more
This article seeks to look at chronic oral facial pain and the stress experienced by the dental team. This work… Read more
There are four main domains where the workings of the mind have had an influence on our daily practice. These… Read more
A 49-year-old male patient attended for an emergency appointment due to experiencing pain and swelling from a lower left tooth/teeth.… Read more
During the natural ageing process, the production of our own collagen is reduced and the elasticity of our skin degrades.… Read more
In the last issue we reviewed the literature on the validity of the use of periodontal indices to predict peri-implantitis.… Read more
Impacted lower third molars are a common developmental anomaly in primary care that requires an evidence-based approach to gain informed… Read more
In 2013, 14 per cent of the world’s population was over 60 years of age. It is estimated that, by… Read more
The risk of over-diagnosis of disease when using periodontal diagnostic techniques for dental implants Read more