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An NHS dentist is a dentist who has agreed to provide NHS dental services. Some dentists may provide a mixture of NHS and private care.

The menopause happens to all women. Support and help is available to help deal with the side effects.

If you need help with a mental health problem outside normal working hours here are services you can use.

are for patients with injuries such as sprains, cuts and grazes. The waiting times are generally much shorter than at Accident and Emergency.

Opticians and Optometrists test your sight and examine the health of your eyes. There are some health conditions that can effect your eyes and the symptoms are only found on examination. Regular checks are important.

Pharmacists or chemists are experts in the use and effect of medicines. You can get advice, medicines and some treatments in pharmacies without waiting to see your GP.

Find out more about your body, protection, screening, check ups, relationships and services available.

The NHS provides a free telephone helpline, symptom checker and website for non life threatening health and medical advice.

Urgent Treatment centres are for patients who want fast and convenient access to healthcare advice, information and treatment for minor illnesses and injuries.

General Practitioners (GPs) provide a wide range of health services. They provide consultations in their practices and through home visits.