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Ireland’s Dental Bill: where are we now?

Carlotta Eden looks at progress made on the new Dental Bill this year – and how far we have left to go Since the beginning of the year, Irish Dentistry has been investigating progress behind the new Dental Bill, undertaking […]

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Why dental registration matters

Stephen Murray considers the importance of dental regulation in Ireland An article in Irish Dentistry’s Regulation Debate asked ‘does every dental professional have the right to regulation?’ (January 2016) I

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Regulation Debate: orthodontic therapists

While we wait to see if there will be further changes in current proposals in the Dental Bill draft – or at least some clarification on issues surrounding

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Training and competency in dental hygiene

Joe Ingham looks at expanding your horizons as a dental hygienist in training and competency From the comfort of the front passenger seat, anyone who doesn’t have a driving

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Regulation debate: the clinical dental technicians

As part of the Regulation Debate, Philip McGrath talks to Irish Dentistry about protecting patient safety and the profession A new dental act should ring in new changes; an

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Regulation Debate: hope for registration changes

Whether you are a dentist, hygienist, nurse or technician, registration matters. It’s the lifeline to which you hang your professional standing on, and a way for patients to

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Regulation Debate: the fate of dental hygiene in Ireland

At the Irish Dental Hygienists Association’s (IDHA) Annual Winter Scientific Conference in Dublin last year, the Dental Council updated delegates on key policies proposed in the new Dental

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