Members of the Association of Dental Groups strive to raise standards and deliver high quality, consistent dental care by investing in their patients and their people.
The Association of Dental Groups (ADG) has been participating as part of the Working Group for the GDC’s Profession-wide Complaints Handling Initiative in an attempt to improve the process by which patients raise concerns about their dental care.
Lisa Riley is the CEO and Co-Founder of Centre for Dentistry – an innovative supermarket located series of practices. Here she describes why they joined the Association of Dental Groups
The concept of how dental care could be improved through new and innovative ways of working and better use of skills mix is one that has been at the core of a number of debates in recent
years. To introduce students to this discussion and get younger professionals thinking about potential solutions, the Association of Dental Groups (ADG) launched a new Award at this year’s
Bursary Awards 2018: ‘Innovation in Dental Care’.
At this year’s Bursary Awards held by the Association of Dental Groups (ADG) and supported by The Dentist and Dental Update, “the standard of entries was the highest yet,” according to
Chairman, David Worskett.