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MSC with Distinction

Congratulations Nick

This month we are celebrating Nick's graduation from the University of Manchester with an MSc with distinction in Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry!
Nick has been a keen advocate of minimally invasive dentistry and all things composite for many years now. He has watched the success of his composite restorations…

Happy New Year

First blog of 2017 coming next week...

A Neat Solution Number 1 (or “You Win Some and You Lose Some!”)

Albert Einstein defined insanity as, ‘Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”. He also said, “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new”. Read on!

Zen and the Art of Tooth Restoration.

Now I have completed my MSc, I hope this will become a regular blog on the Albert Place Dental Referral Centre and Moody Terrace Dental Practice websites, allowing me to share my knowledge and experience of restorative dentistry, and particularly my passion for minimally invasive adhesive dentistry.

New Referral Co-ordinator

Deep Marginal Elevation

Deep marginal elevation is one of the ”buzz” phrases around dentistry at the moment. I believe the term was first used by the great Pascal Magne (an inspirational exponent of adhesive dentistry.)

Talkin' 'bout my Generation!

Nick Daily-Hunt writes: When I was a boy we had generations of bonding agents. I used a 4th Generation system (etch, rinse and combined prime+bond) for 20 years, and it worked really well. And it still does! Now there are so many generations that we are supposed to simplify things to “Etch and Rinse” and “Self Etch”. However, it is not simple. There are dozens of products on the market and it’s important to understand some of the principle of dentine (and enamel) bonding to allow really reliable bonds to be made.

In Praise of the V3 Matrix System

Nick Daily-Hunt writes:

I have no link to Triodent who make the V3 matrix that I have been using recently, but when something works really well and is easy to use, then I reckon it deserves a mention.

For some time now, it has been known that one of the tricky parts of…

Brace Yourself

Your Perfect Smile Is On It's Way

6% Chance to saving a life and we were closed

That’s all you get according to the statistics when performing manual CPR on a victim of cardiac arrest. Not great I hear you say, but how often does someone have a cardiac arrest at the dentist anyway?

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