I wish you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I will be on a holiday during the Christmas and New Year and I have allowed myself to take a break from blogging for couple of weeks (lets see if I can do it!).
Thank you for this year! Thank you for reading my posts, sharing them and returning back for more – some of you have even taken time to comment them. I am very grateful for all this and hope you will keep on finding posts from my blog that will interest you. The next blog post will be posted after New Year.
Important note: The Draw will take place only if Dental Revelations Blog’s facebook page has more than 2017 likes by the end of the year 2016. To enter the competition you are not asked to share the competition post – it is up to you to share the news of this great opportunity. The Facebook does not play any role in this competition.
Please note that the toothbrush comes with the European plug-in so you might need an adapter if you live outside Europe. It can be attached to shaver sockets though. Plus you are able to connect the toothbrush to the computer with USB cable for charging.
The draw will be held in the first week of 2017 by scrolling up&down the list of the individuals that have liked (including the ones who have liked the page prior the competition) the Dental Revelations Blog page, then blindfoldedly placing a finger on top of one individual. The winner will be contacted via Facebook messenger (so keep an eye on all the folders in your messenger) for contact details. The winner will be published on the Dental Revelations Blog’s facebook page by full first name and first initial of the surename.
Dental Revelations is not liable for any possible damage that might occur in transit of the toothbrush.
When a dental professional cuts a finger, it’s not plain sailing.
Oh how I hate my profession every time I cut my finger! This time I was slicing a crusty bread and the crust was slightly too hard for the knife. As a result the knife slipped into my index finger, rather deep. But I made a compression bandage and the cut is pretty neat at the moment.
The big question for all the dental professionals is, should one do clinical work with cut like this on a hand?