Dave's Blog
Dave has just launched his own personal dentistry related blog.  He plans occasional posts on dental stuff that fires his interest outside the more usual caries and MID stuff!  First items up re: the Council of European Dentists' recent document submission to the EU. Rather than repeat it all here, get on over to  and have a read!

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Dental Village In-House Training
Following many requests at various seminars and conferences, Tim and Dave are now undertaking in-house practice training. We have developed 2 options for practices to choose from and the e-brochures  are downloadable from the 'training brochure' on the main menu. Implementing xylitol into practice is 2 hours VCPD and will cost £249 and the caries management training is 4 hours of VCPD and will cost £449. Combining both will cost a practice £599. We are flexible with times and can do an extended lunch hour or lunch time start and afternoon or early evening finish, allowing for practices to see patients. Saturdays are also an option. For questions or inquiries, please contact us via 'contact us' on the main menu.
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Dentalvillage is the place for Minimally Invasive Dentistry [MID] information.  

"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."  Thomas A. Edison 

 MID is a new way of looking at the main dental problems that affect people and it seeks to prevent and treat using a more targeted approach that should lead to less fillings.

Caries is managed as an infectious disease, preventing and minimising operative intervention as much as possible. The focus is on maximum conservation of de-mineralised,non-cavitated enamel and dentine. Once control of the infection is achieved, the patient’s caries risk status and evidence of lesion demineralisation can be monitored over extended periods. These principles can also be applied to the treatment and management of periodontal disease. Minimally Invasive Periodontal Management relies heavily on patient involvement, ownership and management of their own disease. The patient reduces their own inflammation under guidance of the clinician and operative treatment is kept as minimal as possible.

Here you can find up to date information on this fresh approach to preventing dental decay and periodontal [gum] diseases.

For dental professionals there's a dedicated section containing all the latest information on MID.  We're also offering in-practice courses to help you implement and get the best out of MID.

We also have a sister site,  A website for promoting the relationship between oral health and general health.

Welcome to dentalvillage.  Come on in and have a look round.......

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articles.jpg Information about a new product from GC. Please go to the Professional Information  Section to read all about the new Tricolour Disclosing Gel.
Date Change!!
Please note that our seminar at Birmingham Dental Seminars has been changed from 19.04.13 to 29.06.13. Please see our diary [left] for more details on how to book for this whole day seminar on CAMBRA. We'll cover all the latest research and opinion on caries, the latest ways of carrying out risk assessment and suggest a rnage of products that will cater for all types of patients and their specific risks factors. We'll also be covering implementation into practice - products, protocols and suggested roles for team members.
Latest Caries research summary courtesy of Carifree
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Dr Kim Kutsch, dentist and founder of,  has just posted this excellent online webinar looking at all the major research into caries over the last year. Some fascinating and challenging research has been published which forces some amjor reflection on what we know and believe. See it here
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