Posts Tagged ‘dentists’

Published on May 31, 2012

Is Dentistry being bashed again?

As I’m certain many of you would’ve read this week, national newspapers are claiming dentists are ‘forcing’ 500,000 patients to pay privately for treatment, in light of the recently published OFT report.  The report suggests patients ‘may be provided with inaccurate information’ regarding their dental treatments and as a result they are paying more for […]

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Published on March 22, 2012

Could ‘Five a Day’ be damaging your children’s health?

As we all know and hear about in our day to day lives, we must consume our ‘five a day’ to be healthy individuals. Reminders of this are plastered over food product packaging, non-stop adverts using the slogan as a USP, and TV programmes like ‘The Biggest Loser’ reminding us why we should listen. But […]

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Published on September 23, 2011

Dentists disapprove of recent CQC report

Last week the Care Quality Commission (CQC) released a report on the state of the health and adult social care in England, detailing where improvements need to be made and highlighting a general overview of the industry. Despite the review, dentists have criticised the CQC in a report published by the House of Commons Health […]

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