- Oct 13, 2004
referrals for dental surgery are free if contact with primary healthcare is made first.
also a few simple forms will get you your money back in most cases, same with opticians.
it has been this way since Bevin conjured up the NHS..
which costs the tax payers exorbitant amounts of money. preventative maintenance through national healthcare would all but resolve this almost entirely besides the odd car accident or broken arm
So dental surgery i.e. a procedure within a hospital not a dental surgery is free? That's not exactly a huge share of the dental market and you know it dullard.
that's the republican way, unfortunately
Tell me about this point of care and what it is just so I'm clear. You mean it's free work from a maxillofacial surgeon but work from a dentist isn't?
Last time I went to a dentist I paid £200.
And you miss out that a lot of drugs that are prescribed and paid for (with a fee of £7.20) actually cost less than the fee themselves so they make money on it.
I see. I'd be fucked then I guess. But I suppose Republicans would say that's my fault for having non-life threatening medical issues that I occasionally need help with in order to make me a productive tax payer fo rmy country.