This article focuses on claims for wages under the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Job retention Scheme (CJRS). The Chancellor first announced the CJRS on 20 March 2020, which was originally available until the end of June 2020, however in a further announcement on 12 May 2020, the Chancellor confirmed that the CRJS will be extended until October 2020.

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In light of the financial fall out of Covid-19, Shoaib Khan of Alexander & Co Chartered Accountants, discusses the effect on self-employed Dental professionals and provides useful information on the Government’s self‐employed income support scheme (SEISS).

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DCG Masterclass Day 2019 Highlights

A highlight reel of our inaugural DCG Masterclass Day

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There is a large demand for dentists and DCPs in the UK. However, non-EU graduates are required to satisfactorily demonstrate their knowledge and ability, via equivalence examinations (ORE and LDS), in order to practice within the UK. In this article, Dr Omair Javed discusses the process and working as an overseas dentist in the UK. […]

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Considering purchasing a practice? Becoming a principal is both a daunting and alluring prospect that most dentists will consider at some point in their career. 

In this article, David Brewer, Managing Director at Frank Taylor & Associates, outlines some top tips on what to do if you are looking to raise finance to purchase a dental practice.

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Orthodontics is an ever popular and in demand field of dentistry. Traditionally seen as a specialist only practice, it is becoming ever popular amongst general practitioners, seeking to both facilitate minimally invasive treatment and ultimately deliver the highest standard of care for their patients.

In this article, Dr Tif Qureshi discusses his career pathway, followed by the developing trend of orthodontics in general practice and how it can be incorporated into the armamentarium of the GDP.

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Considering purchasing a practice? Becoming a principal is both a daunting and alluring prospect that most dentists will consider at some point in their career. 

In this article, Liz Hughes, Managing Director at Frank Taylor & Associates, discusses the key points to consider before ‘taking the plunge’.

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Facial aesthetics is the non surgical treatment of fine lines/wrinkles and folds. It normally consists of injectables, whether this be Botulinum Toxin or Dermal Fillers.

In this article, Dr Harry Singh discusses the developing trend of facial aesthetics and how it can be incorporated into the practice of dentistry.

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Oral Surgery involves the treatment and ongoing management of irregularities and pathology of the jaw and mouth that require surgical intervention. This includes the specialty previously called Surgical Dentistry.

In the following article, Kurt Naudi, Consultant in Oral Surgery, discusses how you can establish a career in the specialty.

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Dental Foundation Trainee? Here are a few tips on how to make the best of your first year in general practice.

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