The FDJ, produced by the Faculty of Dental Surgery, is an independent dental journal that provides expert opinion on contemporary issues and controversies relevant to the whole dental community.
A novel landscape.
While the coronavirus pandemic has ceased routine dental general anaesthesia admissions for children, will this suspension change how we manage children with caries in the future?
Editor-in-Chief: Professor St John Crean
Section Editors: Professor Fraser McDonald, Miss Fatima Bulbulia, Professor Jenny Gallagher, Professor Helen Rodd and Dr Rachel Leeson.
Frequency: Published quarterly in January, April, July and October.
Readership: Dental surgeons, dental specialists, dentists in training, general dental practitioners, dental care professionals and undergraduate dental trainees.
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