The objectives of the BHDA are to promote the use of homeopathy within the dental profession and to advance the professional understanding of the subject. The BHDA produces this Membership Directory, which provides the contact details of all the members who wish their details to be given out to the public.
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|Address||Shustoke Coleshill |
About the BHDA
Training and Qualifications All the dentists in this Directory have a recognised dental qualification and an interest in homeopathy. Many of them have completed postgraduate courses in homeopathy. Some of the dentists are members of the Faculty of Homeopathy, and have undertaken training in homeopathy at a training centre approved by the Faculty.
The faculty of Homeopathy and the British Homeopathic Association The faculty of Homeopathy, which was incorporated by an Act of Parliament in 1950, regulates the education, training and practice of homeopathy by medically qualified doctors, dentists, vets and other health care professionals. The Faculty currently has over1,200 members throughout the world and takes a leading role in promoting the academic and scientific development of homeopathy. It receives financial support from the British Homeopathic Association, which is a registered charity which aims to ensure that quality homeopathy is an integral part of general and specialist health care.
The BHDA recommends that if at all possible, you should consult one of the dentists who has completed the Faculty of Homeopathy training. The dentists with the highest level of training are Diplomats of the Faculty, and have gained the DFHom (Dent). If there is no dentist with DFHom(Dent) in your area, you might also consider contacting a Licenced Associate of the Faculty, LFHom(Dent). This is a preliminary qualification which indicates that the holder has passed the Faculty’s Primary Health Care Examination and is able to use homeopathy in a limited way.
One of the reasons for this recommendation is that the Faculty is currently developing a quality framework for the teaching and practice of homeopathy by health care professionals. The Faculty also has a disciplinary procedure for its members. If you are unsatisfied with the quality of homeopathic treatment that you receive from a Faculty member, please put your complaint in writing, and send it to:
The Faculty of Homeopathy, 29 Park Street West, Luton, Bedfordshire. LU1 3BE Tel: 0870 444 3955 | Fax: 0870 444 3960 E-mail:- [email protected]y.org
The British Homeopathic Association, also at 29 Park Street West, Luton, Bedfordshire. LU1 3BE | Tel: 0870 444 3950
Try a member of the BHDA and experience a really kind, considerate and caring approach to dental treatment.