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To ask the Scottish Government whether it considers adequate dental services in remote rural or island communities that do not provide regular dental assistance to children in schools nor sufficient capacity to allow regular dental check-ups for all patients.


Answered by Maureen Watt (11/03/2015):

In the overwhelming majority of remote, rural, and island communities the level of provision is sufficient.

Where additional capacity is required, boards can make necessary arrangements to ensure that the level of provision is adequate.


Current Status: Answered by Maureen Watt on 11/03/2015
 
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