ADG aims to maintain standards for 2018

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ADG aims to ensure standards are maintained for dental patients and professionals alike

Throughout 2017, the Association of Dental Groups (ADG) was amongst those on the frontline working to address issues surrounding workforce supply and recruitment as a result of Brexit. This was in addition to the Association’s other priorities, which include children’s oral health and the impact of contract reform on the implementation of skills mix. 2018 is set to be much of the same.

“As ever, we are dedicated to helping members deliver consistent quality outcomes for patients through best practice and maximising the roles of all team members,” says David Worskett, Chairman of the ADG.

“To do so, we will continue to work closely with the NHS, regulatory bodies and the Government, and will address whatever is thrown dentistry’s way to ensure standards are maintained for patients and professionals alike.”

The ADG will be working hard throughout 2018, visit its website to keep up to date.

For more information about the ADG visit www.dentalgroups.co.uk