Are you an NHS dental practice? Did you know that by taking part in the new NHS England and NHS Improvement Ventilation and Filtration Survey Offer you can obtain funding towards ventilation systems for your practice.
At the moment practices are not able to offer a full range of dental treatments due to ventilation challenges they face in the practice, the NHSE/I is offering support and funding to NHS dental practices to enable the practice to obtain these ventilation systems.
Due to the air fallows time needed in between patients practices have seen less patients through the Covid -19 pandemic
The long term impact on oral health is as yet unknown but forms of a key component of recovery and restoration work being under taken by NHSE/I to help reduce the impact any further.
Full details about the offer can be found here: NHS England and NHS Improvement Ventilation and Filtration Survey
At DD we have many solutions available with an experienced sales and engineering team to support you with installation and any questions.
Are you a private practice looking to improve ventilation in your practice, at DD we have many solutions available with an experienced sales and dental engineering team to support you with installation and any questions.
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