The development of the second edition was carried out by Professor David Moles and his colleagues at Peninsula Dental School, Ewen McColl, Christopher Tredwin, Robert Witton and Lorna Burns, and its publication follows consultation with a wide range of national dental bodies. Professor Moles and his team have fully revised and updated Standards in Dentistry to reflect the contemporary clinical, organisational and dento-legal contexts in which dentistry is practised, as well as changes in the evidence base since the first edition was published in Standards for making and receiving referrals, and for oral medicine, are also included for the first time, and the book includes a section on keeping up-to-date with changing guidelines and standards over time. It is an indispensable reference guide which will assist the whole dental team in identifying appropriate standards for the delivery of high quality care. We would like to thank all the individuals and organisations that have generously given their time and expertise to comment on the drafts of the second edition. In some cases we have had to resolve strongly-held but contradictory views held by peer-reviewers.
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The current third edition will be amended to take into account the recently-published Ionising Radiation Regulations IRR17 , and the Ionising Radiation Medical Exposure Regulations IRMER18 - currently being finalised by the Department of Health , and the changes will be reflected in both the online and book versions of the guidance early in the new year.
Both will apply in England, Scotland and Wales, and separate regulations will be produced later for Northern Ireland. The update is being carried out by Professor Keith Horner, co-editor of the current edition, who has also updated his detailed analysis of what the revised regulations mean for dentists and dental practice teams. News Editors Blog. Links between gum disease and cancer? London Smile Clinic offers specialist periodontal care. Dental team fly high for the cause.
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As part of a programme designed to ensure the documents reach the widest possible audience, the Open Standards Initiative means every dental professional will be able to view the full text of all FGDP UK standards and guidance documents online. To access the documents Faculty members will simply need to log onto the website www. Non-members will be required to register but there will be no charge to view the text online. For further information or to include an image with this press release please contact Ed Martin on or email ed stockdalemartin. If you are not yet a member you can register here: Member Registration. Toggle navigation News.
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Selection Criteria for Dental Radiography is the leading text on indications for radiographic investigation, and is available:. Based on a comprehensive review of all of the available data and guidance, and wide consultation with relevant professional bodies and specialist groups to provide consensus on best practice, it gives clear, simple and practical advice on the safe and effective use of radiography in practice. First published in , and now in its third edition, it covers the use of radiographs for the developing dentition, endodontic assessment, caries diagnosis, periodontal assessment, and implantology, and has been updated since the second edition to reflect more recent developments in radiography and dentistry, including digital radiography and CBCT, as well as to include expanded guidance on the use of radiography in implantology, and additional guidance on paediatric radiography. Skip to main content. Selection Criteria for Dental Radiography Selection Criteria for Dental Radiography is the leading text on indications for radiographic investigation, and is available: in hard copy free of charge online Based on a comprehensive review of all of the available data and guidance, and wide consultation with relevant professional bodies and specialist groups to provide consensus on best practice, it gives clear, simple and practical advice on the safe and effective use of radiography in practice.
Selection Criteria for Dental Radiography