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When you need expert dento-legal support, we're here for you.
Practice savings and benefits.
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Led and staffed by dentists with real life experience of the pressure you face.
99% of member calls are connected to a dento-legal adviser within 20 seconds during normal working hours.
Over 90% of GDC cases handled by DDU in-house lawyers in 2021 were resolved without a formal hearing.
Our expert team of dentists, lawyers and claims handlers are on hand to provide support when you need it.
Part of the world's first defence organisation, we are proud of our heritage yet always looking forward and shaping our products and services to meet the changing needs of the profession.
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The dento-legal implications for dentists and students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sad but true - adverse incidents do happen. Here's our quick three-step plan for putting things right.
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On hand to support you throughout your career and answer your membership questions.
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24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Find out about the membership benefits for your role, and everything you need to know about joining us, from getting a quote to applying.
Explaining the process of how we defend claims against members, and the circumstances when we might settle.
Social media can be a useful business tool for dental professionals, but it's important to recognise its risks as well as its benefits.
We can help if misleading information about you has been published or you think you have been defamed.
Understanding the essentials of patient group directions – and how to use them.
What should you do if a patient wants to record a consultation? And can you do the same?