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The data has been represented as frequencies and chi-square test was used to determine the relationship of musculoskeletal disorder with other variables like, gender, experience of the dentist, working position, and working hours per day.
NHS Digital, the new trading name of the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC), today released details of the earnings and expenses of General Dental Services (GDS) dentists in NI in 2014/15.
Residents can easily log onto the website and use it to search for a dentist close to them or to find a specialty dentist.
Recently qualified Kirsty Woodmason says: "I think people have a genuine fear of the dentist.
A visit to a dentist is not exactly a pleasant experience for many people, though honestly speaking I have never felt any pain when the drilling starts.
The company, spearheaded by awardwinning dentist Dr Ken Harris, provides practitioners with the support of commercial experts to look after all non-clinical back office functions.
And in Merthyr Tydfil, where children have some of the worst dental health in the UK, only 40% of children had seen a dentist in the two years to March 2010.
Working with a qualified sleep dentist can significantly improve the quality of many sleep patients' care and positively impact the percentage of successful outcomes.
Eddie Siman, a dentist who relocated his practice from Beverly Hills to Sherman Oaks six years ago and bought into the spa movement wholeheartedly.
The new contracts, which come into force on April 1, were an attempt by the Government to tackle the dentist shortage.
A: It is important that children become acclimatised to the dentist at an early age.
They noted that increasing the total by just one NHS dentist per 10,000 would need an extra 5,250 dentists.
Queues of hundreds of would-be patients outside new NHS surgeries and stories of people travelling abroad to see a dentist have all added to pressure on the government to tackle the issue.
The Appliance Therapy Group has produced a free pamphlet called "Your Dentist Can Make Every Night Silent.
To amend Article I of Chapter 11 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to general provisions regarding dentists and dental hygienists, so as to prohibit the use of mercury amalgam fillings by a dentist under certain circumstances; to provide for notice to patients; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.