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Gaps remain in British dentistry

24th June 2006

A British Dental Association survey of local dental committee secretaries claims that 80 per cent of respondents said they had seen no evidence from their primary care trusts or local health boards of a growth in the funding required to provide NHS dentistry to more patients.

The BDA say the results reflect the continuing uncertainty facing dentists and patients across the country, and a lack of confidence about the future of NHS dentistry.

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Article Information

Title: Gaps remain in British dentistry
Author: Luke Sturgess-Durden
Article Id: 403
Date Added: 24th Jun 2006

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