The General Dental Council1 must prepare and from time to time issue guidance2 as to the standards of conduct, performance and practice expected of registered dentists and the standards of conduct, performance and practice expected of registered dental care professionals3. Such guidance may make different provision in relation to different cases or classes of case4. The Council must keep such guidance under review and may vary or withdraw the guidance whenever it considers it appropriate to do so5.
Before issuing such guidance or varying or withdrawing it, the Council must consult:
(1) as the Council considers appropriate, such persons who
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