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Ladywriterwriter said on 07 July 2012

Although nhs costs is a lot cheaper then private. I still think even nhs is expensive as not every one can even just pull up over £200 for a crown really. People on low wages and those with lots of bills and other stuff to pay. You can only get free dental treatment is claiming JSA or ESA or sickness benefits. even on completing HC1 forms it does not always mean you will get any help. They do not see the entire picture. Its what the persons take home pay of which is left, not their gross pay as they dont even see it anyway. Some have rotten or loose teeth simply because they cant afford the money for the treatment. Every year its going up as well.