Roger Matthews

A tax on dentistry - Tina or Dora?

It’s hardly surprising that there has been widespread criticism of the recent hikes in NHS patient charges for dentistry in England: rightly called “a tax on dentistry” by the BDA. In the past four years those fees have increased by nearly 22% (cumulative) when inflation has been just 9% over the same period.
Andrew North

The Implications of Clawback in NHS Dentistry

MIAB’s Director, Andrew North, looks at the implications of clawback in NHS Dentistry, and the impact this may have on the long-term sustainability of a business, taking into account today’s multitude of pressures that exist in the industry.
Henry Clover

Plus ça change...

I must confess to a penchant for little-known facts. Keeping this relatively on topic, take dental floss, for example – the secret weapon of toxophilites to establish nocking points.
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New research provides insights towards NHS attitudes

Simplyhealth Professionals recently conducted research to discover dentists’ attitudes towards the NHS, potential contract changes and private dentistry. Read our blog to find out what the results showed.
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NHS if Webinar

Following the success of our recent In Front seminars, we held our first webinar on NHS Contract reform on Weds 9th August.