UK workers 'too busy' to visit dentist

According to Bupa

Adam Saville
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UK workers 'too busy' to visit dentist

Combination of costs, fear and lack of time putting people off looking after oral health

Research by Bupa has suggested that millions of employees - 14% of the UK population - are putting off visiting the dentist due to time constraints. The study of 2,000 adults found that while dental cover exists as one of the most accessible employee benefits, people are avoiding going to the dentists due to the cost of appointments, fear of the dentist and a lack of time, which includes not being about to take time off work. Based on the research, it is estimated that over two million Brits...

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