Dentists Urged Not To Guarantee Dental Work (video)

Dentists din't guarantee dental workThough dentists take pride in their work, dental insurance companies can pressure them not to formally guarantee their dental work. This survey found that only 18% of dentists offer a written guarantee to their dental patients.

“A guarantee? Are you nuts?” asked a dental implant dentist incredulously.

Added another dentist, “My malpractice insurance carrier doesn’t want me to guarantee anything verbally or in writing.”

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Guarantees Are Not Popular with Dentists

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  • California Civil Code Section 1793.02(e)(3) exempts all dental prostheses from all implied warranties; in the absence of express warranties, deemed to be unprofessional conduct under California Business and Professions Code Section 1680(1), there are no warranties of any kind in dentistry.

    California Business and Professions Code Section 1680(1) defines unprofessional conduct by dentists to include making guarantees.

  • Timothy Gardner DDS

    Insurance companies will not pay for crown and bridge work if has been placed for less than 5 years. So I guarantee my work for that period of time as long as they stay on their cleaning schedule. If they do not, then they lose the guarantee. I have found that this is helpful in keeping hygiene schedule going. Tim


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