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    Default Re: Dentists in West Wales or rather, lack of them

    Oh darn it. Thanks Oz.

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    Default Re: Dentists in West Wales or rather, lack of them

    Quote Originally Posted by gala View Post
    Oh darn it. Thanks Oz.
    Please of room on the coach to Caterham!!

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    Default Re: Dentists in West Wales or rather, lack of them

    I am at the same practice as your partner, OZ, i suspect. I joined them only 18 months ago as a private patient. So it's odd that they wouldn't take you on. There are a number in Cardigan who were also taking on private patients too.

    My understanding regarding NHS provision at the practice is that existing clients remain, but are encouraged to enrol on their membership plan to spread costs and offer a more encompassed provision.

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    Default Re: Dentists in West Wales or rather, lack of them

    How's the tooth doing?

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    Default Re: Dentists in West Wales or rather, lack of them

    Quote Originally Posted by amymay View Post
    I am at the same practice as your partner, OZ, i suspect. I joined them only 18 months ago as a private patient. So it's odd that they wouldn't take you on. There are a number in Cardigan who were also taking on private patients too.

    My understanding regarding NHS provision at the practice is that existing clients remain, but are encouraged to enrol on their membership plan to spread costs and offer a more encompassed provision.
    They are not taking anyone on as they are moving their practice and wanted to get in to the building and set up but were supposed t be in there by April this year!
    They took my name and said I would go on their list to become a private patient when they have moved but as far as I can see, they are not moving anytime soon.
    From what I understand my partner has to change her membership to private and yes , offered a payment plan.

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    Default Re: Dentists in West Wales or rather, lack of them

    Quote Originally Posted by cobgoblin View Post
    How's the tooth doing?
    Thanks for asking, gums have gone down and not painful but still want to get a check up

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