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Posted by: taraskyn  (8 years ago)
Should teeth cleaning be covered by NHS?
I think it should - http://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/985.aspx?CategoryID=74&SubCategoryID=742
Why then My dentist told me today that if I want it done I have to pay for it?
Anyone knows anything about it???
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Dentist
Should teeth cleaning be covered by NHS?
I think it should - http://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/985.aspx?CategoryID=74&SubCategoryID=742
Why then My dentist told me today that if I want it done I have to pay for it?
Anyone knows anything about it???


Who benefits from your teeth being cleaned?

Clearly, it is YOU and only YOU.

Then why do you think all the taxpayers in the UK should collectively help pay for it?

Never will understand the lojic of Euro-socialists.
Posted 8 years ago
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I agree with Dr. Henry. It’s you who is getting health benefits from teeth cleaning. So you should not mind paying for your teeth cleaning.
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Posted 8 years ago
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Posted by: dphob2  (8 years ago)
I agree with Dr. Henry. It’s you who is getting health benefits from teeth cleaning. So you should not mind paying for your teeth cleaning.

Except when he develops periodontitis or an abscessed tooth and then we'll be happy to have the government pay ten times as much for your services. Clearly we all benefit from preventative dental or health care.
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