The Cambs & Peterborough LDC represents all NHS dentists in the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough regions, including those who offer both private & NHS treatment.


We aim to represent the interests and welfare of all NHS dentists in our area, while also ensuring that high standards of patient care are achieved.

On this site you will find information about what we do, a copy of our constitution, contact details for our committee members and minutes of recent meetings that have been held.

If you have any queries about anything you read or if you would like more information about the LDC you can contact the LDC direct via our contact us form.


New appointment and post-operative phone number for minor oral surgery patients

When patients for minor oral surgery are referred through the Referral Management Service and Dental Health Care Cambridgeshire is chosen as the provider, the patient will be contacted by the administration team to make an appointment at one of six sites. The centralised management of appointments will provide more choice to the patient and ensures they are offered an appointment as soon as possible.

To support with signposting and queries, this is the new number (below) given to patients once they are accepted through the referral management service: 0300 555 66 67.

It will be live from 5 March 2019.

If you have any queries about this, on any other element of this service, then please do not hesitate to contact Hazel Byatt, Minor Oral Surgery Administration Manager via email at


Professional Dentistry Midlands CPD Event

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough LDC has sponsored part payment of the Professional Dentistry Midlands CPD Event on Saturday, 6th April 2019 at The Kingsgate Conference Centre, Peterborough. Course fees are normally £39.95 but will be offered to our constituents at £19.95.

This Event is highly recommended offering a range of CPD topics and hours. Courses cover all of the latest changes and developments in dental practice and are presented by leading speakers in their field.

Please visit the website to book your course.


How data should be submitted for the Friends and Family Test (FFT)


Area Team Decision on UDA over-performance

The East Anglia Area Team have confirmed that any over performance of UDA's up to 2% of your contract value for the year 2013/2014 can be carried forward to the following financial year 2014/2015. This means that you will require to achieve less UDA's for the new financial year of up to a maximum of 2%. If you have exceeded the 2% tolerance you have been permitted, the excess you have done above the 2% will be lost.


Guidance on the Dental Management of Patients with Haemophilia and Bleeding Disorders