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Which dentists do you know in Suffolk?

The Suffolk Medical Association has voted to support a motion in favour of a campaign to keep a dentist at the top of its ranks.

It has now approved a motion that the Association will support a petition signed by 1,000 dentists, in a move that is seen as a signal of support for the Suffolk Dental Association.

The Suffolk Dontcare Campaign says that as a result of the vote, more than 500 dentists are now in the association.

The Association said the move was “part of a wider effort to support dentists who are working for all patients”.

The Association’s deputy chairwoman, Ms Kate O’Connor, said: “This is about providing dental care to all people, not just to those who can afford it.”

She said that the Suffolk Association had been working on the issue since the previous election.

“It is a big step for us to show that dentists can still make a living in our community, and we want to continue to encourage and support this.”

We will now be looking to encourage more dentists to join us in backing this petition.

“Ms O’Connell said that in the absence of a dental surgery in the borough, there would be “no dentists in the whole of Suffolk”.

She said the association was not currently looking for new members and that it would “work to build a vibrant and professional community of dentists”.

Suffolk Dentists’ Association president and chief executive, Mark Bannister, said the motion was “a clear signal that we are not going away”.

He said that many dentists were “out of work”. “

If we’re not able to have a dental surgeon in Suffolk then the rest of the country won’t be able do it either,” he said.

He said that many dentists were “out of work”.

“We’ve got to do everything possible to get people in to the profession, but if we’re going to continue, then dentists will have to do their bit to help keep Suffolk going.” “

‘We need to be at the forefront of the dental movement’ Dr O’Conners said that although there was a shortage of dentistry staff in the country, there was still an urgent need for it. “

We’ve got to do everything possible to get people in to the profession, but if we’re going to continue, then dentists will have to do their bit to help keep Suffolk going.”

‘We need to be at the forefront of the dental movement’ Dr O’Conners said that although there was a shortage of dentistry staff in the country, there was still an urgent need for it.

“As a profession we need to have dentists across the country and we need dentists from Suffolk who can help us in the future,” she said.

“That’s why we’re supporting the Suffolk Dentists’ Campaign.”

The Suffolk Association has been campaigning for dentists of the highest professional calibre in the UK to be nominated by the Association of Dental Surgeons.

Dr Binnister said that there was no shortage of qualified dentists around the country.

He added that the current shortage of dental practitioners in the South West was “particularly concerning”.

“The South West is a very difficult region for dentistry,” he added.

“Dentistry is a highly professional profession and it’s very difficult to recruit the people who have the expertise to work in South West areas.”

He said the Suffolk community needed dentists.

“There’s a lot of dentist vacancies in the south-west. “

“The problem is, we’ve got dentists that are highly qualified but there are still a lot fewer dentists than there should be. “

“So it’s a really sad situation.” “

The South West Chamber of Commerce is currently working on a report which will outline how the South East of England can become the dental region of the South. “

So it’s a really sad situation.”

The South West Chamber of Commerce is currently working on a report which will outline how the South East of England can become the dental region of the South.

The Chamber is urging all dentists throughout the region to sign a petition which will be put to the Secretary of State to help support the campaign.

The campaign is expected to be launched by the end of this month.

The South East has one of the lowest rates of dental surgery per capita in the world, but the Association is pushing for dentist recruitment to be boosted.