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Comment 9th August 2010

It is clear that the introduction of cqc registration for dental practices is an unnecessary duplication of already tight regulation and guidelines from the GDC. The BDA Good Practice scheme already validates the clinical guidance necessary in a dental practice. Regular practice inspections further ensure compliance and it is already the responsibility of every dentist to ensure a well run practice. Why have another unnecessary regulatory body, the cqc, to waste money and duplicate what is already done elsewhere?

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To reduce costs and duplication of regulation

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