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NHS Dentist Recommendations

Discussion in 'Lifestyle, Health & Diet' started by littleme, Mar 15, 2016.

  1. proactive

    proactive Enjoying a drop of red.

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    They need to change their website then.

    There does seem to be have been blatant profiteering going on in dentistry for a long time.
     
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    Have you tried the one on Friars Road, can't remember what they're called though.
     
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    It's the one I linked to which doesn't do NHS anymore apparently.
     
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    It does do NHS but they're not taking new NHS at the moment. I'll call them again today and ask them about their webpage and report back.
     
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    Bugger, they were back in November.
    Very good service too.
     
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    I've finally managed to get treated by an NHS dentist but because it's been so long I had to have 4 extractions and more to come and I now need dentures.

    I registered with the Dental Surgery on Friar's Terrace and they were really good particularly with me having a morbid fear of dentists.

    They're still taking new NHS patients if anyone needs to register.
     
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    My Dad had to find a new dentist as he'd been struck off the list and they were the only ones who'd take him.
     
  8. littleme

    littleme 250,000th poster!

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    That's good to know, (the dentist, not extractions) I had a humongous filling fall out last April, its not causing any pain but I think I may be on borrowed time & my usual dentist (Hillcrest) seems to have changed hands.
     
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    If you're registered with one dentist, and haven't been for a while, can you change to another?
     
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    I think to you can as the choice of dentist is yours.

    Also they're quick enough to drop NHS patients if you don't go for a while (without even telling me in my case) so it should be reciprocal.
     
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    So far two friends have asked if the dentist could do implants instead of dentures but I said I didn't think they'd do it on the NHS and in any case I'd look a bit silly with a pair of boobs hanging out of my mouth :)
     
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