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Dental practices are without doubt a greatly under-utilised resource, offering huge potential in the fight against smoking and premature death. Dentist Nigel Day calls on Smoke Stop Teams around the country to “check-up” on their local dental practices and unlock the opportunities that they can offer as an extremely cost effective source of advice, referrals and intervention settings in the fight against smoking.
Alcohol misuse and all the problems associated with it is becoming a disturbingly common feature of contemporary life in Britain. Dental Practices could have an important role to play as primary health care providers, in identifying patients who would benefit from appropriate professional services.
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