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New policy on oral health policy seriously flawed, say dentists

Irish Times article by Martin Wall, Monday 13th May 2019

Dentists says lack of funding means new oral health policy lacks credibility

ESRI costings are totally unrealistic and based on fees that are over ten years old. Warning that patients could be left facing ‘worst of both worlds’.

Dentists say new oral health policy has ignored the key role schools can play in oral health education

New President of IDA calls on Departments of Health and Education to work together on an integrated programme. “Many schools still rely on a ‘sweet treat’ culture and need to switch to non-food rewards”.

Dentists warn that new oral health policy will be judged on what it delivers, not what it promises

The Irish Dental Association has warned the Government that its new oral health policy, ‘Smile agus Sláinte’ will be judged by what it delivers, not what it promises.

Social story for children with autism

Autism Story - a tool for parents

Dentists say Valentine’s Day a timely reminder to avail of free annual dental check-up

Dentists are urging people who haven’t availed of their free annual dental check-up to do so in advance of Valentines Day to ensure their oral health is in top shape ahead of the annual celebration of romance.

IDU / IDA General Meetings 2019

The Annual General Meetings of the Irish Dental Union and Irish Dental Association Ltd will commence at 6pm on Thursday 4th of April 2019 in the Galmont Hotel, Galway.

Towards a Vision For Oral Health in Ireland

Task Force Report

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