Dental centre opens doors to tackle shortage of dentists

Dental centre opens doors to tackle shortage of dentists

A new dental practice has opened its doors in Bangor, Wales, in a bid to alleviate the increasing shortage of NHS dentists in the area.

The Bangor Dental Academy forms part of Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board’s plans to attract, train and retain more dental professionals.

It will also provide much-needed NHS dental services to thousands of patients every year. Once fully staffed, the academy’s ground floor dental practice will provide eight clinics.

New provision

Owned by dentists Ravi Singh and Darren King, they said: ‘This dental practice is the culmination of a lot of hard work.

‘Starting with the Health Board, which had the vision and the courage to commission a new way of providing much needed NHS dentistry to the local population and continuing with our team who have made real our vision.

‘We have a history of working in innovative ways and this project fits in with our previous experiences perfectly.

‘The opportunity to work with Bangor University. The local NHS team is an exciting one, which will deliver significant benefits for the local population.’

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