The act of giving is powerful and should not be underestimated. Your giving matters – to you, the cause and the beneficiaries.Read more...

Join our 2023 Mouthguard March campaign to help reduce unnecessary hospitalisations due to dental trauma.Read more...

We recently interviewed eviDent Associate Investigator, Dr Cecilia So, about her involvement with an eviDent supported study entitled ‘Implant complications in private practice – a prospective study’. This study aims to establish widely accepted protocols that minimise risks of dental implant treatment, with a patient centred approach that can be applied through shared decision making in treatment planning decisions and in the treatment consent process.Read more...

A philanthropist is broadly defined as ‘a person who seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes’. Working in the for-purpose sector for many years now (as many of you also do), I know that being a philanthropist is so much more than money. The act of giving is powerful and should not be underestimated. Your giving matters – to you, the cause and the beneficiaries. We all have gifts to give, and they don’t always have to be in the form of money.Read more...

We are pleased to announce the release of the Evidence Booster Grant, an eviDent Foundation initiated annual grant program of up to $10,000 to support research projects that align with eviDent’s goals.Read more...

Good oral health can help you live a longer, healthier life! Here are just a few ideas of how you can take action this #WorldOralHealthDayRead more...

Are you passionate about improving the oral health of all Australians? Then we would love to hear from you!Read more...

It’s been a rough couple of years. The pandemic has had many of us stuck in our homes for weeks on end, not being able to see our friends and family or enjoy the social freedoms we take for granted. It’s been a real strain. But thanks to the community’s vaccination uptake we look set to be able to enjoy this Christmas with friends and family, laughing and smiling once again.Read more...

The past 18 months has placed significant pressure on dental practitioners who have had to work with the uncertainty of an airborne virus in a work environment that routinely generates aerosols, with an expected increased risk of transmission of COVID-19.Read more...

Antibiotic resistance and the opioid crisis are two well established public health issues. A study assessing Australian dental prescribing during the period of restricted dental services during January-June 2020 showed a reduction in prescribing during the periods of lockdown, but a significant increase was seen as soon as dental restrictions eased.Read more...

Did you know that around 50 per cent of Australians don’t have a valid will? While the exact reasons for this staggering number are largely unknown, it’s probably a combination of not being sure how to go about it and trying to ignore our own mortality. As the old saying goes, ‘nothing in life is certain – except death and taxes’. But passing without a valid will makes one other thing certain: That loved ones left behind are faced with the challenge of distributing your assets in a way they ‘think’ you’d approve.Read more...