Abano suspends non-essential NZ dental work, may derail scheme

Abano suspends non-essential NZ dental work, may derail scheme
Jenny Ruth
Abano Healthcare is temporarily suspending non-essential services at its New Zealand dental clinics and said this may derail the scheme of arrangement shareholders approved on Friday. The company said it is following recommendations announced over the weekend from the New Zealand Dental Council and the Ministry of Health. Abano is seeking further guidance on the provision of emergency dental treatment, said chief executive Richard Keys. The company is closely monitoring the situation and recommendations in Australia and will assess the...

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