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Receive an indicative quote by email after completing these questions. This indicative quote is intended as an illustration. No offer of indemnity or final quotation is given until after an application form has been completed and accepted.

By submitting this form, you consent to the BDA using the information you provide to in turn provide you with an indicative quote and to contact you at a later stage. A precise quote for your consideration will be given upon application and acceptance.

All questions are compulsory.


What is your GDC number?

Please enter your full name

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Please note that NHS email accounts may not receive the quote.


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Where do you practise?

In the next year, will you undertake any oral and maxillofacial(OMF) Procedures?

Please note: we do not cover OMF surgery.

OMF surgery requires dual qualification in medicine and dentistry, treating conditions such as head and neck cancers, salivary gland diseases, facial disproportion, facial pain, temporomandibular joint disorders, cysts and tumours of the jaws.


When did you qualify as a dentist?

This is the date of your first dental qualification, whether in the UK or elsewhere.


Are you a practice owner?

Answer YES if any one (or more) of the following applies to you, either individually or in any kind of association, partnership or business relationship with others:

  • Practice owner
  • Employer of any practice staff
  • Registered provider or manager in the practice’s registration with the Care Quality Commission (or equivalent position in respect of HIW in Wales, HIS in Scotland or RQIA in Northern Ireland)
  • Responsible person in relation to any aspect of compliance with a legal requirement (for example, Information Commissioner’s Office)

Are you shown on any of the specialist registers held by the GDC?

              

Is any part of your professional work Employer Indemnified?

Dentists employed by NHS Hospitals/Trusts or in community services, universities/dental schools and the defence forces often have indemnity cover for negligence claims which is arranged by their employer as part of their contract.


Is your professional work wholly non-clinical in nature?

‘Non-clinical’ means no direct clinical contact with patients to provide care and treatment. Examining patients for the sole purpose of providing medicolegal reports can be considered ‘non-clinical’.


In the next year, will you engage in the placement or restoration of implants?

Answer YES if you will be placing osseointegrated implants in the mandible or maxilla (other than temporary orthodontic anchorage screws) and/or placing fixed restorations/appliances or removeable appliances upon implant fixtures.

Note that cover for sinus lifts and bone grafting is automatically included but bone harvesting from any part of the body other than the mandible and maxilla is not covered.


How many hours do you practise per annum?

In circumstances where work is balanced throughout the year 400 hours roughly equates with one working day per week. You can exclude the periods when you are on holiday or attending courses etc.


How many hours do you practise per annum?

In circumstances where work is balanced throughout the year 400 hours roughly equates with one working day per week. You can exclude the periods when you are on holiday or attending courses etc.


Other than those parts of your professional work that are employer indemnified, is the remainder of your practice wholly non-clinical in nature?

‘Non-clinical’ means no direct clinical contact with patients to provide care and treatment. Examining patients for the sole purpose of providing medicolegal reports can be considered ‘non-clinical’.


Other than those parts of your professional work that are employer indemnified, in the next year will you engage in the placement or restoration of implants?

Answer YES if you will be placing osseointegrated implants in the mandible or maxilla (other than temporary orthodontic anchorage screws) and/or placing fixed restorations/appliances or removeable appliances upon implant fixtures.

Note that cover for sinus lifts and bone grafting is automatically included but bone harvesting from any part of the body other than the mandible and maxilla is not covered.


Other than those parts of your professional work that are employer indemnified, how many hours per annum involves clinical work?

In circumstances where work is balanced throughout the year 400 hours roughly equates with one working day per week. You can exclude the periods when you are on holiday or attending courses etc.


Other than those parts of your professional work that are employer indemnified, how many hours per annum involves clinical work?

In circumstances where work is balanced throughout the year 400 hours roughly equates with one working day per week. You can exclude the periods when you are on holiday or attending courses etc.


Other than those parts of your professional work that are employer indemnified, in the next year will you engage in the placement or restoration of implants?

Answer YES if you will be placing osseointegrated implants in the mandible or maxilla (other than temporary orthodontic anchorage screws) and/or placing fixed restorations/appliances or removeable appliances upon implant fixtures.

Note that cover for sinus lifts and bone grafting is automatically included but bone harvesting from any part of the body other than the mandible and maxilla is not covered.


Is any part of your professional work Employer Indemnified?

Dentists employed by NHS Hospitals/Trusts or in community services, universities/dental schools and the defence forces often have indemnity cover for negligence claims which is arranged by their employer as part of their contract.


Other than those parts of your professional work that are employer indemnified, how many hours per annum involves clinical work?

In circumstances where work is balanced throughout the year 400 hours roughly equates with one working day per week. You can exclude the periods when you are on holiday or attending courses etc.


How many hours do you practise per annum?

In circumstances where work is balanced throughout the year 400 hours roughly equates with one working day per week. You can exclude the periods when you are on holiday or attending courses etc.


How many hours do you practise per annum?

In circumstances where work is balanced throughout the year 400 hours roughly equates with one working day per week. You can exclude the periods when you are on holiday or attending courses etc.




How many hours do you practise per annum?

In circumstances where work is balanced throughout the year 400 hours roughly equates with one working day per week. You can exclude the periods when you are on holiday or attending courses etc.




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