Although the fall in tooth decay in children since the 1970s has contributed to a reduction in the administration of dental general anaesthesia (DGA), there is a wide variation in its use throughout the UK which cannot be accounted for by variations in dental health alone. There will always be a proportion of the population for whom DGA will be appropriate, and the question of safety of DGA remains paramount. With this in mind the Committee, at the behest of UK Health Ministers, has produced their independent report on standards of clinical care, access and availability of services to NHS patients for dental treatment that may require the administration of a general anaesthetic. The Government's Response is published with this report.
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