Dentulu’s malpractice assistance

We understand the unique risks and challenges you face as a dentist. That's why we provide protection against dental malpractices to keep you safe.

Dentulu’s malpractice assistance
Are you aware

Are you aware?

Protects licensed dentists from legal obligations resulting from claims of wrongful or neglectful practices. Also, covers you against additional issues outside of clinical care, such as advertising injury, slips and falls, hired and non-owned auto, and fire/water claims.

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We support your practice

We help you avoid claims by providing data that you need while you claim. We protect you with accurate information concerning forms, patient charts, prescriptions, and progress notes.

We support your practice
Protect your reputation

Protect your reputation

When you need us most, we'll be there for you. We have a great record for defending our clients against claims.

FAQs

All practicing dentists and retired dentists who maintain an active license need to have malpractice insurance. If you are a retired dentist who teaches dentistry at a university, you may need malpractice insurance if the university does not cover you. You should confirm your malpractice coverage requirements with your licensing body. If you are a postgraduate student in a residency program, you will need to purchase malpractice insurance if the hospital/university does not offer coverage to students.

There is no difference in the coverage for employees and self-employed contractors.

At Dentulu, we provide the same level of coverage for individuals and corporations. We can help you by connecting you with the right insurance provider.

This will largely depend on the amount of coverage you need and the location of your practice. In order to get an accurate estimate, please contact one of our malpractice insurance specialists.

Yes, it is always best to have malpractice insurance in place before you start practicing. This way, you will be protected in the event that a patient files a claim against you. If you wait to purchase coverage, you may be subject to a rate increase if you have had any claims filed against you.

We help you avoid claims by providing data that you need while you claim. We protect you with accurate information concerning forms, patient charts, prescriptions, and progress notes.