People trying to get their teeth fixed face a ‘new normal’ of longer waiting times and a struggle to get appointments, according to head of primary care for Greater Manchester Ben Squires. He said delivery of dental services has changed because the Covid crisis “continues to be a challenge in the community”. He was speaking to Trafford council’s health scrutiny committee while delivering a report on the provision and access to NHS dentistry in the borough and reported in the Manchester Evening News.
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