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Article: Volume 48 Number 11 Page 901 - December 2021

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Editorial:  Voleurs

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Abstract: Dentists have never been the most popular folk, given that a percentage of our patients don’t actually want to be sitting in our chairs, hence we have become thick-skinned regarding adverse publicity. However, the scale of this has risen during and after the first pandemic lockdown.

Author notes: Trevor Burke