HC Deb 13 May 1918 vol 106 c60W

asked the Minister of Labour if those serving in the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps have to pay for dental treatment if obtained from either an Army or civilian dentist, although they may have been sent by the Army medical officer attached to the corps; and if treatment by the Army dentist is refused if there be a civilian dentist in the district?


Free dental treatment, but not dentures, is given to members of the Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps who are serving overseas or are under orders to proceed overseas. Other members have to pay for their dental treatment.