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Welcome to the British Society for Restorative Dentistry

The British Society for Restorative Dentistry, founded in 1968, aims to promote high standards in Restorative Dentistry amongst all practitioners, through both meetings and publications. It provides an opportunity to meet with colleagues who share a common interest in keeping abreast of all the changes taking place in this aspect of dentistry, particularly in the field of fixed prosthodontics. The Society encourages continuing education in Restorative Dentistry: both undergraduate and postgraduate research prizes are awarded and ongoing education projects are run by members.

What is Restorative Dentistry?

Restorative dentistry is the study, examination and treatment of diseases of the oral cavity, the teeth and their supporting structures. Restorative Dentistry includes the dental monospecialties of endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics (including implantology), and its foundation is based upon how these interact in the management of cases requiring multifaceted care.

 

Better supporting our patients with a learning disability or autism

Sara Hurley has issued the below bulletin to the profession which details a host of useful resources, advice and patient facing materials on treating patients with a learning disability or autistic people.

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Contractual arrangements announced for the next 6 months

NHS England has informed dental practices of the contractual arrangements over the next six months.

Published bulletin >>

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BSRD Winter Meeting 2021 details released!

"The Devil is in the Detail"

Save the date: Friday 19th November 2021

Venue:The Royal Institution, London.

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BSRD to support the College, intended Royal College of General Dentistry.

The College, intended Royal College of General Dentistry will be formally launched this summer.

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Chief Dental Officer- spot the signs of domestic abuse and support survivors and victims.

Chief Dental Officer Sara Hurley has called on the dental profession to help spot the signs of domestic abuse and to support survivors and victims.

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