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As a result of the exits, patients are now struggling more than ever to get dental appointments with some patients waiting three years.

Around four million people are estimated to be without access to NHS dental care.

Furthermore, satisfaction surveys also suggest just a third of patients are satisfied with the service received.

Brexit, COVID-19, and underfunding have all been put forward as reasons why so many dentistry professionals have left.

Source: Daily Express

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