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Dental Practice and The Dental Technician Journals


Journals for the whole dental team...

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Celebrating its 50th Anniversary in 2012, it is safe to say that Dental Practice journal is one of the most established dental journals available in the U.K today. Dental Practice publishes at the beginning of each month allowing our readers to anticipate its arrival, whilst delivering the ideal balance of editorial versus advertising in a highly recognisable format. Enjoyed and read by the entire dental team, Dental Practice offers advice and comments by industry leaders and key personnel about both the practice and business of dentistry.

he editorial content includes the latest developments in dental technology, product news and reviews, clinical studies, techniques, student awards, coming events, and verifiable continued professional development (CPD) in each issue, ensuring excellent reader value.  Regular articles (including serial features) covering a wide range of dental techniques and disciplines ensure that Dental Practice is well read each month, and remains an essential read for the entire dental team.

Dental Practice is posted to the decision making U.K registered dentists by name, with a monthly circulation of 21,111 (1st Jan 2010 - 31st December  2011). This unrivalled, tightly controlled circulation ensures we deliver to dentists practising in both the Private and NHS sectors of dentistry. As a dentist registers they are added to our free circulation database, and as the dentist retires they are removed from our database ensuring your message is delivered to those with the power to purchase.

Within this independently audited circulation we are also proud to boast 523 Subscribers, who are other members of the dental team that physically request and pay to ensure they receive their copy of Dental Practice journal each month. These subscription figures are higher than those of all our U.K competitors, (with exception to the Subscription only titles) which is an  excellent testimonial in itself.