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The National Health Service (General Dental Services) (Scotland) Regulations 2010

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PART IICARE AND TREATMENT

1.  A course of care and treatment under a continuing care arrangement or a capitation arrangement, including any treatment on referral, or any occasional treatment, the cost of which exceeds or is likely to exceed £350.

2.  Any orthodontic care and treatment to be provided by that dentist, the cost of which exceeds or is likely to exceed £350.

3.  A reference in this part of this Schedule, to the cost of care and treatment means the cost of such care and treatment calculated in accordance with the Scale of Fees, but does not include the cost of—

(a)any care and treatment under a capitation arrangement for which the contractor is remunerated in accordance with Section X (treatment under capitation) in Determination I of the Statement of Dental Remuneration and for which the contractor receives no remuneration other than a capitation payment;

(b)in the case of orthodontic care and treatment, fees for diagnosis, study models, retention and the extraction of any tooth for orthodontic purposes; and

(c)any part of the care and treatment to be provided privately.

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