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davidanthony | 18:25 Wed 03rd Jan 2018 | Body & Soul
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Are all private practice dentists required to offer a certain number of NHS places ??

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No....they are not. And if you live in a "wealthy" area then it might be difficult to find a NHS Dentist.

In my area of Swansea, there are now plenty of NHS Dentists available. I have not long had my lovely new teeth and they are gorgeous, and fit well !
You can use the NHS service provider website to find an NHS dentist near you
https://www.england.nhs.uk/contact-us/how-can-we-help/how-do-i-find-an-nhs-dentist/
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join a dental health scheme private insurance

I think I pay £20 / month which is peanuts - that is 1/2 a filling a year
I had to resort going to a dental hospital where trainees carry out the work under qualified supervision. Best move I ever made after my dentist quoted a ridiculous sum to fill and remove a tooth.

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