HC Deb 20 October 1942 vol 383 c1852W
Captain Elliston

asked the Minister of Supply what arrangements are being made for the provision of dental treatment at a certain Royal Ordnance factory; whether any local dentist is entitled to make use of the clinic already installed; whether there is any differentiation as between a licentiate and a dentist 1921; and is he aware that it is in the interests of the patients that they should be able to have treatment by their own dentist at the factory as long working hours and the blackout make it difficult to obtain treatment privately.

Mr. Assheton

The arrangements for the provision of dental treatment at the factory in question are being reviewed in consultation with the Ministry of Health; and I will communicate with my hon. Friend as soon as these consultations are complete.

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