Liberal Democrat Leader Kirsty Williams claimed that the wait for new NHS dental patients is too long.
Ms Williams made the statement during the first minister's questions on 27 March 2012.
She told the chamber that a survey conducted by her party found only 37% of dentists in Wales are accepting new NHS patients.
And of these dentists, the waiting list for 65% was more than two months, while one practice had a waiting list of six years.
First Minister Carwyn Jones dismissed the report's findings saying "I don't recognise the figures you produce".
According to Mr Jones, there has been a substantial increase in NHS dentists over the last five years as he argued that he couldn't accept that it has got worse "cause it's clearly got far better".
Leader of the opposition Andrew RT Davies criticised the Welsh government for missing out on the Green Investment Bank whilst Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood called for the devolution of the crown estate to Wales.
In addition to the party leaders' questions, Mr Jones covered a variety of topics such as developing a science policy, support for young carers and access to public services.
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