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  1. Attitudes of general dental practitioners in the UK to the use of composite materials in posterior teeth.

    British Dental Journal 202(12):E32 (2007) PMID 17510663

    To determine the opinions and current methods used in placing posterior composite restorations by general dental practitioners. The study was completed by general dental practitioners randomly selected from across the UK. A questionnaire was devised to gain this information. It was sent to 500 U...
  2. Homeless in North and West Belfast: an oral health needs assessment.

    British Dental Journal 202(12):E31 (2007) PMID 17510662

    The aim was to assess the oral health needs of a homeless population residing in North and West Belfast Health and Social Services Trust area, in order to determine levels of unmet need and allow recommendations for service delivery to be made. A sample of single homeless people was gathered usi...
  3. The impact of clinical audit on antibiotic prescribing in general dental practice.

    British Dental Journal 201(10):635 (2006) PMID 17128233

    To reduce the number of antibiotics inappropriately prescribed by general dental practitioners, and to increase overall prescription accuracy. A prospective clinical audit carried out between September and March of 2002-3 and 2003-4. General dental practices in Eastern England. The pre-audit ant...
  4. Misplaced and inappropriate.

    British Dental Journal 201(10):613; author reply 615 (2006) PMID 17128214

  5. A unique opportunity?

    British Dental Journal 201(10):614 (2006) PMID 17128216

  6. Medico-legal dilemma.

    British Dental Journal 201(10):613; author reply 615 (2006) PMID 17128215

  7. Connecting implants to teeth.

    British Dental Journal 201(10):629 (2006) PMID 17128232

    Osseointegrated implants have proven to have a high degree of success in the edentulous arches. This success has been replicated in partially edentulous arches. When natural teeth are present, it can be tempting to fabricate restorations using support from both implants and natural teeth. The me...
  8. Confusing guidelines.

    British Dental Journal 201(10):615; author reply 615 (2006) PMID 17128218

  9. Dentistry and domestic violence.

    British Dental Journal 201(10):611 (2006) PMID 17128212

  10. Volunteer programme.

    British Dental Journal 201(10):617 (2006) PMID 17128219