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Improvements needed for NHS dentistry

17th December 2010

New measures looks set to be piloted in England next year in a further bid to improve access to NHS dentistry services.

Ministers have agreed to push ahead with plans set out by Labour in summer 2009 for the return of patient registration after the current system - introduced in 2006 - led to fewer patients using services. Up to 60 pilots will be start running from next April taking into account patient list size, quality of care and courses of treatment.


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Article Information

Title: Improvements needed for NHS dentistry
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 17078
Date Added: 17th Dec 2010


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