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Fears that millions will be left without NHS dentistry as practices 'sever ties' with health service

Sky News Monday, 23 May 2022
Fears that millions will be left without NHS dentistry as practices 'sever ties' with health serviceMillions of patients could be left with "no dental options" as thousands of high street dentists in England are "severing ties" with the NHS.
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