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Brexit update

04 February 2020

Statement from Dental Protection regarding our preparedness for Brexit.

The UK left the European Union (EU) on 31 January 2020 before entering a transition period where further negotiations will be needed to determine the UK’s new relationship with the EU.

Whilst it is difficult to predict what impact the final Brexit agreements will have, Dental Protection members can be absolutely reassured that we will continue to offer support and protection with matters arising from your professional practice, no matter what the final Brexit outcome is.

We have reviewed our operations in relation to members in Ireland and taken steps to ensure that we will be able to continue to support members in the lead up to the exit during the transition and beyond, without impediment and regardless of the eventual changes implemented as a result of Brexit

Dental Protection has a long history of providing membership and support to members in a number of countries and under different legal and regulatory frameworks. We have operated in Ireland for more than 100 years - prior to the establishment of the EU - and we remain fully committed to serving members in Ireland. You can be assured that it is very much business as usual for Dental Protection.

Please note: Dental Protection does not maintain this article and therefore the advice given may be incorrect or out of date, and may not constitute a definitive or complete statement of the legal, regulatory and/or clinical environment. MPS accepts no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the advice given, in particular where the legal, regulatory and/or clinical environment has changed. Articles are not intended to constitute advice in any specific situation, and if you are a member you should contact Dental Protection for tailored advice. All implied warranties and conditions are excluded, to the maximum extent permitted by law.