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News / August 23, 2011

Don’t miss out on the Young Dentists Handbook

by Guy Hiscott

The second edition of the Young Dentists Handbook is hot off the press and will be sent to all final-year dental students throughout the UK, foundation dentists and those who qualified in the last one to five years. It is designed to provide relevant and practical information for taking those first steps into the big wide world of dentistry.

An update to the inaugural 2010 edition, the guide now includes key areas such as dental hypnosis, laser regulations, tax issues for young dentists and how to build the perfect CV.

The 2011 Young Dentists Handbook provides information on the various – and sometimes confusing – career options available to graduates as they leave dental school. Regardless of what career is considered, the guide also contains essential advice on various aspects such as registration, CPD and the first tasks to tackle after qualifying, as well as pearls of wisdom from Nairn Wilson, Andrew Eder and Martin Nimmo.

The publication also provides readers with an index of the major associations and the dental media, providing vital sources for further reference. In addition, it also contains an exhaustive list of common abbreviations that may crop up in practice, making this an essential reference guide for the young dentist.

The dental world is fast-changing and this guide aims to help young dentists hit the ground running as they begin their professional career.

Published by the experts at Dentistry magazine, this publication is also available to order at £20 each. To order extra copies of the Young Dentists Handbook 2011, call 00 44 1923 851 777 or email