SDR

Statement of Dental Remuneration – Amendment No. 135

A new amendment of the Statement of Dental Remuneration (SDR), has now been released .  This will come into effect on the 1st October 2017  with a 2.25% increase in the fee-scale for all courses of treatment started on or after 1 October 2017. The maximum patient charge for a single course of NHS dental…

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SDR – Regional Roadshows

  Practitioner Services are  delivering a series of evening roadshow events across Scotland, to engage with dentists and dental care professionals who are delivering General Dental Services in NHS Scotland.  The events will support dental teams with:- Understanding of the Statement of Dental Remuneration (SDR) Prior approval requirements and discretionary fees Understanding eSchedules . The events are…

Scottish Dental Practice Board Policies

The Scottish Dental Practice Board (SDPB) issues policies which provide guidance to PractitionerServices and dentists on interpretation of the Statement of Dental Remuneration (SDR). These policies have recently been reviewed and updated. They can be accessed at www.shsc.scot/meetings/scottish-dental-practice-board/sdpb-policies/ Please make sure you keep up to date with these policies and share them within your practice.

Statement of Dental Remuneration – Amendment No. 133

An amendment to the Statement of Dental Remuneration (SDR) has been published. This amendment No.133 comes into force on the 1st October 2016. A memo  has been circulated to dentists via the Health Boards. It also highlights that the maximum patient charge for a single course of NHS dental treatment will remain at £384. Download…

The Scottish Government

GDS amendment regulations and SDR amendment no. 131

This letter advises NHS Boards, Practitioner Services and NHS Education for Scotland of the introduction of the NHS (General Dental Services) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2016. It also advises of an Amendment (Amendment No 131) to the Statement of Dental Remuneration (SDR). Download a copy of the letter

The Scottish Government

Statement of Dental Remuneration – Amendment No.130

This letter advises of an amendment to the  ‘Deemed NHS Committed’  Status for New Practices Claiming Additional General Dental Practice Allowance (GDPA) and Reimbursement of Practice Rental Costs. With effect from 1 November 2015 new practices will no longer be automatically deemed NHS committed for the purpose of entitlement to additional GDPA payment of 6% and…