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Dental Conditions in General Practice

17 July 2018 - Medcast Medical Education Team

Dentistry is a small component of medical training, however many patients with dental conditions present to their General Practitioner for treatment.  This short video provides the latest evidence and practical advice to GPs regarding patients presenting with a severe toothache.

What role does a GP play in acute dental pain? What causes a toothache? How is it treated? What is the role of antibiotics? What are the red flags indicative of systemic or spreading infection?

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The Medcast medical education team is a group of highly experienced, practicing GPs, health professionals and medical writers.

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