Dental Review of the Week

Dental Review of the Week

We encourage you to read another compilation of the most important news from the world of dentistry from the last week.

These are the last days to apply for an extension of the billing period for 2020. until the end of December 2022. NFZ provincial branches accept applications only until June 30.

Only until the end of June 2022. existing prescription prints can be used. As of July 1, 2022. New design of paper prescriptions enters. It does not include the rubric "provincial branch of the National Health Fund".

The Medical Court at the OIL in Gdansk recently considered two cases involving complications after dental treatment of teeth 16 and 36. Both cases found oversight on the part of dentists.

A chest x-ray helped identify a tooth crown measuring 9.5 mm in length in the right lower bronchus of a patient who was hospitalized for meningitis. A description of the removal of a foreign body from the airway of an 81-year-old will be published in the August issue of the scientific journal "Radiology Case Reports".

Dutch cyclist Fabio Jakobsen, who after a gruesome accident in last year's Tour de Pologne lost his m.in. All teeth, regained smile. A group of dentists worked on his recovery for eight months.

From time to time, the Dentonet portal features somewhat less standard job ads targeting dentists and assistants, among them proposals for employment in prisons. UK Dentistry service.co.uk takes a closer look at what a dentist's work is like in such a place.

RODO regulations, so often criticized by entrepreneurs in various industries, can be of great help in dental offices. They clean up a lot of things, make it easier, make it clearer. – RODO is often perceived negatively. I am on the complete other side – says in an interview with Dentonet mec. Ewa Mazur-Pawlowska.

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