- Back in the 1970s, I suggested that it wasn’t necessary for most people to have dental check-ups every six months. The world’s dentists leapt on my neck with drills buzzing. The truth is that the six monthly check-ups were introduced because there were too many dentists in Britain. Aussie dentists were flocking to Britain because it was possible for dentists to get rich on generous NHS fees in those days. Telling patients to have their teeth checked every six months gave dentists something to do and kept them rich, happy and off the streets – so politicians and dentists said six…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/