In case you missed it: Most popular New Dentist Now articles of 2021

From top: Drs. Joe Vaughn and Sampada Deshpande; Drs. Alex Barrera and Katie Champion Editor’s note: Thank you to our readers and contributors for allowing the New Dentist Now become

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50 Years: Former student leaders offer insight, lessons learned in retrospective series

In February 1970, a group of dental students met in Chicago to form an independent national dental student organization and named themselves the Student American Dental Association (SADA). The following

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Introducing Safe Smiles – new campaign set to champion the benefits of safe dentistry

The Oral Health Foundation have announced plans for a new campaign to help people make safer choices when it comes to their dental treatment. The charity campaign will stress the

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Safe Smiles

The average person in the UK spends hundreds of pounds each year on dental care. In recent years, there has been a greater desire for a smile that not only

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The basics of orthodontics

The number of adults choosing to have orthodontic treatment in the UK is growing.  When carried out correctly, orthodontics can transform the appearance of a smile.  This can have benefits

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Tooth jewellery

Tooth jewellery is the act of placing individual jewels onto the outer surface of the teeth. There are two main types of tooth jewels: Twinkles A collection of yellow and

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Oral piercings

Oral piercings are any piercings that are attached to, or in the mouth. This includes the tongue, lips, and cheeks. As the stud or ring pierces through soft tissue, oral

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Mouth tattoos

Mouth tattoos refer to any tattoo inside the mouth or on the lips. This can be either on the palate (roof of the mouth) or cheek, however, the most popular

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Grillz / Grills

Grillz are removable decorative tooth covers. They are often made of gold, silver or jewel-encrusted precious metals that snap over one or more teeth. They have been around in some

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Keeping your mouth safe while playing sport

Many sports pose a potential danger for your mouth and teeth when there is a chance of other people, or objects, coming into contact with them.  This is just as

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