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Hi apologies for the slight delay. Is there any reason in particular you do not wish to provide your personal information?
OK well let me review the relevant information and laws and get back to you as soon as possible. Please do not respond to this message as it will just push your question to the back of the queue and you may experience unnecessary delays. Thank you
Hi, it looks as I and my colleagues have answered other questions for you in the past which have not been rated so unfortunately I cannot take the risk of spending time on this and not get credited for it and as such I will leave this question, sorry
If you can afford to pay back as soon as you can, so much the better. It’s unlikely that you would escape the penalty but you would almost certainly escape prosecution.
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I apologise, it was a previous reply which over posted. Here is the answer.
You are not obliged to provide a name and address but by the same token, the dentist is not obliged to provide you with treatment. The dentist can insist on whatever criteria they wish before they take you on as a patient and if that criteria is that you provide your name and address, you have two options, either provide the details and get the treatment or not.
There is another more important reason and that is that if anything crops up with regard to the treatment and they need to contact you for any reason, it is essential that they have your name and address. It is most probable that if they do not have your name and address, there is assurance would be invalid.
I appreciate that’s not the answer you wanted but that's the situation.
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