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Healthy Welsh dental patients may see dentist less often, says NHS

CARDIFF, UK: The new plan, announced on the heels of widespread NHS reforms across the UK, has received harsh criticism from the British Dental Association,...

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Long-awaited NHS reforms promise improved access to dental care

LONDON, UK: Just when it seemed that failures across the UK National Health Service (NHS) were worse than ever, NHS England announced unprecedented changes ...

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Return to normal: NHS England sets 100% activity targets for dentists

LONDON, UK: In an effort to return to business as usual, NHS England has recently announced that it has raised the activity targets of all National Health ...

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Data from UK registry shows slight increase in number of dentists in 2022

LONDON, UK: The General Dental Council (GDC) has recently announced that the number of dentists on the UK register remained stable after the annual renewal ...

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COVID-19: Vaccines to be mandatory for frontline dental staff

LONDON, UK: Last week, UK Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Sajid Javid announced that frontline healthcare workers in England—including ...

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Dentists from Scotland share experience of emergency lockdown treatment

FORT WILLIAM, UK: Owing to strict government restrictions for controlling the spread of SARS-CoV-2, dental practices in Scotland were instructed to limit ...

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NHS practice values bounce back

LONDON, UK: The average value of dental practices that offer care to NHS patients increased in the three-month period ended 30 April, bucking a downward ...

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Residents line up for hours to register with dentist in Wales

LLANGOLLEN, UK: Hundreds of residents of the small Welsh town of Llangollen were photographed last week waiting for hours on end to register with a new NHS ...

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Study shows aspirin could repair dental caries

BELFAST, UK: According to a new study by researchers at Queen’s University Belfast, aspirin could reverse the effects of dental caries. According to the ...

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Continued cooperation for England’s dental regulation

NEWCASTLE, UK: The national group of governing bodies that are responsible for ensuring that people receive safe, high-quality and compassionate dental care...

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Organisation bans junk food advertisements aimed at children

LONDON, UK: The Committee of Advertising Practice is clamping down on junk food advertising aimed at UK children. As of 1 July, the promotion of high fat, ...

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