Norfolk Local Dental Committee
Norfolk Local Dental Committee

New Round of L2 MOS accreditation due 28 May

11 April 2021


Dear All

Norfolk LDC would like to highlight this request by the Managed Clinical Networks for more practitioners in the county to apply for Level 2 Accreditation.   

The more practitioners with this accreditation the better the service available for practitioners and patients.


Rounds of accreditation take place regularly to add to the pool of level 2 competent oral surgeons. Some of you may have applied before and been turned down due to a lack of experiences experience, or incomplete evidence portfolios.   

This new round of accreditation will allow you to re apply if you have gained that additional experience and improved your portfolio. 


Good luck with your application.

Jason Stokes



The application process has been sent through the East of England Primary Care Gateway process, any queries relating to this email should be sent to

L2 MOS accreditation forms
This application is due 28 May 2021. This email has been sent through the East of England Primary Care Gateway process, any queries relating to this email should be sent to
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  • Dental practices are encouraged to keep a log of FTA's, Staff shortages and other affecting delivery of service.

  • The window for NHS practices in England to claim for PPE reimbursement starts 18 Jan 2021 and is accessible until 20 February 2021. According to the guidance, no further claims will be accepted after this date. See the NHSBSA doc for more information


  • The Urgent Care Centres will continue to function with the ability to carry out limited numbers of AGPs.


  • The referral system has changed and is now through the FDS system that we use for Level 2 Oral Surgery. FDS will be triaging the referrals.Please ensure that referrals for AGPs are for teeth which are restorable


  • Fit Testing - Contact Nick Stolls

What we have in place in Norfolk & FAQ
Local information about COVID 19 re: triaging,Urgent Dental Centre, pathways for Private dentists,, patient charges
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Action to take in a dental setting of suspected case. Latest guidance and updates.

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Chairman: Mr. Brian Robertson    LDC Secretary: Mr. Jason Stokes


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BDA condemns process as contracts expires March 2019 

Brexit and it's impact on Dentistry

We wait for clarity from the Goverment on this process. 

Contract Reform

There seems to be more momentum regarding it's implementation.

UEA Careers Fayre

LDC Committee Members had a stand at the UEA Careers Fayre in November 2019 to encourage interest in Dentistry and Dental Nursing.


This event was open to young people from around the Norwich area who could gain first-hand information from members of the profession


Child Oral Health Dental Check by 1

Dentists are encouraged to get iinvolved. There are still funding challenges as there is no new money to support this important policy goal.

Annual LDC Conference 

See you at LDC Officials’ day! Save the date - Friday 27 November 2020 (ONLINE).

Conference Chair: Stuart Allen

NHS 10 year plan

A big challenge for commissioners and the dental profession. Concerns over New contracts awarded to new performers with limited experience in the area and algotherism used. 

Join the dental celebration

The BDA is encouraging dentists across the globe to celebrate the good work of the dental profession on 24 May 2019, using social media – Twitter and Instagram, with the hashtag #Dentistry24.

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LDC Meeting

12,September 2022

7.30 PM Meeting


Venue: Assembly House, Norwich

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