A rational approach to dental policy

Neil Carmichael, Executive Chair of ADG, asks what the long-awaited dentistry recovery plan needs to prioritise to achieve real change in dental policy. To read the full article, please visit: A rational approach to dental policy – Dentistry

ADG Executive Chair, Neil Carmichael, on GB News

Neil Carmichael, Executive Chair of the ADG, was interviewed by Nigel Farage on GB News in which he discusses the need for the GDC to approve more dentists’ qualifications. To watch a clip of the interview please click here: Neil_Carmichael_GBNews_1912

ADG Campaign Win

We are delighted to share that The Association of Dental Groups (ADG) won a prestigious Dental Industry Award for its campaign on Dental Deserts. The campaign called attention to the areas in the UK with the lowest number of NHS dentists and the effects this has on treatments for adults and children.To read more, please […]

Smile Together highly commended at national SEUK Awards 2023

We are delighted to share that Smile Together were awarded ‘highly commended’ in the ‘Public Services Social Enterprise of the Year’ category at the prestigious UK Social Enterprise Awards 2023. To read more, please visit the Smile Together website: https://smiletogether.co.uk/smile-together-highly-commended-at-national-seuk-awards-2023/

BDA: Treasury hit the vulnerable and offer nothing to ease access crisis

Neil Carmichael, Executive Chair of the ADG, has been quoted in The Probe Magazine as he reflects on the announcements made in the Autumn Statement and their implications for the Dentistry Industry. To read the full article, please visit: BDA: Treasury hit the vulnerable and offer nothing to ease access crisis – The Probe (the-probe.co.uk) […]

The “’carrot and stick’ approach to welfare reform will not work when most people are already struggling to access NHS dental care” says ADG

Under the government’s new Back to Work Plan, announced in today’s Autumn Statement, welfare claimants who refuse to engage in job seeking activities will be lose access to NHS dental care, free prescriptions and other benefits. Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has made clear the reforms will not apply to claimants with children or disabilities. No commitment […]