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Oklahoman said on 11 April 2012

I do not receive free dental care. I find the opening line of this article that 'Dentistry is one of very few NHS services you have to pay for' rather misleading. I have to pay for prescriptions, I have to pay for eye tests, and corrective lenses. I have to pay for Wigs. I have to pay for medicines needed outside of NICE guidelines, for example NICE only allow men with erectile dysfunction 2 pills a month. If they want a more complete lifestyle they need to pay for a private prescription and medicine. Most counselling is eventually charged privately, Nearly all medicines and treatments are restricted in the NHS. This website should be more honest about charges. If you do ever go to hospital in England you should be made aware of the cost of parking !