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Resuming routine dental care: have your say

22 May 2020


The BDA is encouraging all members to give their views on the challenges and issues around resuming routine dental care, which will help make the case to governments on what we need to ensure our patients can see their dentist again.


Take the survey



The survey should take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete and your answers will remain anonymous. It will help us build a picture of how dentists are feeling in regard to dealing with resuming work in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

BDA Board Vice-Chair Eddie Crouch said:

“Dentists need clarity on the plan going forward. Governments also need to hold an honest conversation with patients about what they can expect from dentistry in the future. If private practitioners go out of business, they aren’t just going to just switch to working in NHS dentistry. 


“Please fill in our survey, so we can express your views to those at the top and continue to raise the issues we face with the media and the general public.”



Updates for dentists on coronavirus

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Updates on coronavirus for dentists