Denplan dentist blog

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The Big Summer Brush-Up - 1st July to 31st August

Get involved in our latest campaign to help families to brush their teeth better this summer.
Henry Clover

Revised BSP guidelines

Henry Clover raises the key points in the revised British Society of Periodontology guidelines.

Exploring the inevitable consequences of UDA underperformance

Denplan continues to help thousands of dentists navigate NHS contract reform. Welcome to our new series of blogs in which we examine a number of ‘If’ scenarios in relation to NHS dental contract reforms.
Liz Chapple

New Patient Information Resource available on DEPPA

DEPPA's primary aim is to support preventive practice: identifying the at risk patient, advising them of their current disease risk and health status, and helping them to understand the steps they can take to secure their oral health going forward.
Mike Busby

DEPPA at 60,000

DEPPA at 60,000
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Building a successful and motivated practice team

Good teamwork is integral to every business and all individuals within the team play a part in its success. Here are Denplan’s 5 ways to build a winning practice team!
Pensions auto enrolement

Navigating the pensions auto-enrolment maze

Denplan explains some of the key considerations for dental practices on the auto-enrolment process.

Danger! Regulators at Work

Dr Roger Matthews talks about Pensions Auto-Enrolment
UKAS and Excel

Denplan’s Excel programme becomes first dental service to be awarded UKAS accreditation

Denplan’s Excel programme, an advanced quality assurance programme, developed for dentists to help support clinical governance, professional regulation and excellence in patient care and communication has been formally assessed and accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).
Recruiting patients

Why recruiting patients on to a payment plan makes sense

For your practice, partnering with a dental payment plan provider can mean a more regular income for your business and patients that attend more often.