Dentists are concerned that proposals to introduce continuous registration, a regulation that would sweep away the need for patients to visit their dentist, to remain registered with them sends the wrong message about the importance of regular check-ups.. Regular check-upstration plan against the interests of patients, say British doctorsplans to change NHS dental registration in Scotland could harm patient care, according to a survey of high street dentists.
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