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The recession, coupled with a wave of crippling cuts levied by the government, has left some dental practices struggling to survive – according to the Irish Dental Association (IDA). Peter Gannon

27th April, 2014

The recession, coupled with a wave of crippling cuts levied by the government, has left some dental practices struggling to survive – according to the Irish Dental Association (IDA).

Peter Gannon, president elect of the IDA, said the recession meant more patients were delaying visits to the dentist, or abandoning them altogether.

A survey carried out by Behaviour and Attitudes on behalf of the Irish Dental Association, found 46 per cent of Irish...

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