Inability to get to see an NHS dentist locally is a regular feature of Andrew Murrison's constituency mailbag.
In the Commons yesterday (tuesday) he said;
Health Secretary Sajid Javid agreed with Andrew that the way dentists have been paid - through Units of Dental Activity - has for many years been at the heart of the problem and signaled his intention to deal with it.
"People need to have equal access to a defined range of dental procedures. In Wiltshire access is poor, causing enormous frustration and inevitably less good oral health.
"I'm pleased to hear the health secretary is on the case. I'll continue to press him on reforming the crazy system for paying dentists we've been burdened with since at least 2006.