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When you need expert dento-legal support, we're here for you.
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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.
Making sure patients know what to expect can be hugely important in achieving a satisfactory outcome for everyone.
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Unaddressed data breaches can result in heavy fines for those responsible, and can have a significant effect on individuals whose data is concerned.
DDU solicitor Tamsin Thomas examines two cases that demonstrate the impact of GDC investigation delays on members.
Dental practices are expected to have a quality assurance system in place to monitor services and improve them if necessary.
Your role as a professional witness, also known as a 'witness to fact', is to help establish the facts by giving first-hand evidence of your clinical involvement...
A detailed guide to your obligations and the guidance and legislation surrounding safeguarding in England.