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My dentist is south African and does not do national health

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my dentist is south African and does not do national health work. I am satisfiework?d with his work but would like to have simpler things done on the national health. Is it unprofessional to ask another dentist to do national health work as well as having existing dentist do private
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Ravoof replied 1 year ago.

Dear customer,

No this is not unprofessional. You may do the procedures that are done in national health work, and then do the procedures that are not being done in national health work privately. This is not unethical and your private doctor will understand. You may in fact discuss this with him and I am sure he will approve of this and give you a plan.

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