Member's feedback section

This page gives you the opportunity to give us feedback on anything you can think of, however big or small, positive or negative. This will help us to continue providing you with the service and products you want, and expect from us.

In time, we hope to create a Dentists' Provident online community for further interaction between our members. If that is something you would like, do please let us know by e-mailing 

General feedback

If you have any questions or feedback about our products or services or just a burning thought you wish to share with us about Dentists' Provident then please e-mail 

Case studies

You will see on our website we have quoted a number of our members and given you the chance to read their case studies. If you feel you have a story to tell that would help or be of interest to other dentists then please e-mail Alexandra at 

New member's feedback

We continually strive to meet the needs of our member and provide them with the highest standards of service.

If you would like to give us your feedback on your experience so far or have any suggestions on how we can improve our plan or the service we provide, please click here to complete the short questionnaire and e-mail it to

All your answers will of course be treated confidentially and not used for marketing purposes.

We will have other surveys for other groups of members so please visit again to view them. 

Third party offers 

Please tick who you would like to get further third party offers from:

Our complaint's process

We take all complaints very seriously and to help resolve them as soon as possible, we have put the following procedures in place:

For your reference; if you refer the matter to the independent arbitrator, we will both be bound by the decision of that panel and you will not have the right of appeal to the Financial Ombudsman Service. However, if you refer the matter to the Financial Ombudsman Service, you may still refer it for arbitration later.


Did you know?

A study that looked at the causes of premature retirement in dentists due to depression, anxiety and stress found that nearly half of all respondents felt it was directly related to pressures from work.

BDJ Sept. 2010.


If you have ideas on how we can support you with membership services please e-mail our marketing team on


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