Dr Will Rymer is a dentist in private practice in Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, and is a member of the IDA’s GP Committee.
Oral complications and dental management of childhood cancer: how does the dentist support integrated care?
Cancer is one of the leading causes of childhood mortality. Dentists should be aware of the orofacial complications and management of children who receive a cancer diagnosis or have a history of cancer.
Prescription of antibiotics for the prevention of failures and postoperative infections in oral implantology: a literature review
The evidence does not support routine antis. Clinicians should consider the local, systemic and procedural risk factors for each patient before deciding to prescribe prophylactic antibiotics.
This clinical feature outlines the oral concerns that may arise in patients requiring solid organ transplantation as a result of cystic fibrosis.
The second of two articles on ‘ethics and aesthetics’ looks at some of the key considerations that can help to reduce dento-legal risk when providing cosmetic dentistry, particularly in relation to patient expectations.
On Saturday, June 26, Pat Bolger of Henry Schein Ireland, along with a group of fellow members of Naas Cycling Club, undertook the toughest climbing challenge in the world – to cycle the height of Mount Everest in one day – in aid of the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.
From Coltene comes Brilliant Crios reinforced composite bloc. The company states that it is suitable for broad daily use, has excellent mechanical properties and aesthetics with two translucencies, and 13 shades are available.