Thank you to all the dental teams

e learning tutor assessor ELI just wanted to take the time out of my day to personally thank all the dental teams out there for their hard work over the past year during this pandemic. It’s amazing how everyone has adapted to the changes within the industry. I sometimes think nurses can be forgotten, but without all your hard work and perseverance, we wouldn’t have been able to continue to see patients for treatments as we have.

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My encouragement to trainee dental nurses

Encouraging trainee dental nursesSo many articles have been written about dental nurses, their career journeys, their further education and their professional achievements. They are all very inspiring and we do need that.

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From full-time dental nurse to full-time dental hygiene and therapy student (who still nurses!)

Prabjot Mann IMAGEI left school at eighteen, not knowing which career path to take. All I knew was that I wanted to go into a field that involved working with people. I took a receptionist job at a local dental practice, and it was then that I realised I wanted to pursue a career in dentistry. I enjoyed the patient interaction and seeing how dentistry can have a huge impact on people’s lives. After a couple of years of working on reception, I was given the opportunity to begin a dental nursing course and take a more hands-on approach. 

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Meet Jo, an orthodontic dental nurse who set up a side income during the pandemic.

Jo articleWhen did you start working as an orthodontic nurse?

In the year 2000!

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mouth cancer foundation logo 0New data reveals potential devastating impact on head and neck cancer patients.

At the peak of the first lockdown, there was a 59% drop in urgent referrals for people with a suspicion of head and neck cancer.

Devastating impact on projected five-year survival for people with head and neck cancer.

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