‘Waiting two years to get your teeth looked at is frankly ludicrous’ | Dr Paul Woodhouse on backlogs

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‘We’re supposed to be a first world country with decent health care provisions… waiting two years to get your teeth looked at is frankly ludicrous.’

Dr Paul Woodhouse on NHS dental practices ‘hanging by a thread’ following the pandemic.

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