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Dental Recall: Recall Interval Between Routine Dental Examinations

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Dental Recall: Recall Interval Between Routine Dental Examinations

Publisher: National Collaborating Centre for Acute Care
Number of pages: 68

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The guideline includes recommendations for patients of all ages (both dentate and edentulous patients) and covers primary care received from NHS dental staff practising in England and Wales. The guideline takes into account the potential of the patient and the dental team to improve or maintain the quality of life and to reduce morbidity associated with oral and dental disease.

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