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Here you’ll find the answers to frequently asked questions about dencover’s products, plans and jargon busting terms.
If you prefer to speak with someone before making a claim please contact one of the team on 0800 180 4505 or email email@example.com
Once you've registered to use the member portal, you can submit claims online without using a claim form. Here's how you do it:
1. When your treatment is complete, please ask for an itemised receipt from your dentist which contains a full description of your treatment and costs
2. Visit https://mypolicy.dencover.co.uk/NIS/ and login using your dencover username and password
3. Enter your treatment details, upload a scan or photo of your receipt and hit submit
Once your claim has been approved, we will notify you by email and payment will be made into your nominated bank account.
Full details of our claims process can be found on your policy schedule.
Here we’ll help you to understand some of the commonly used jargon within dental insurance.
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the date when cover under this policy starts, as noted on the policy schedule.
This is your qualifying period which applies to your first year of cover only and the first year of cover for any new person(s) added to your policy – it will not apply in any renewal years.
By mouth cancer, we mean a malignant tumour, tissue or cells, primarily in the oral cavity, lips, tongue or pharynx, characterised by the uncontrolled growth and spread of malignant cells and the invasion of tissue. Mouth cancer cover will end if you leave or cancel your policy and cannot be claimed again if you start a new policy at another time.
the most we will pay as set out in the Table of Benefits.
We will cover urgent treatment completed during a single emergency appointment for severe pain or trauma to your teeth or mouth, including trauma that prevents you eating, acute infection(s), or stopping bleeding after removal of a tooth. This does not include any permanent work received during an emergency appointment - this will be subject to your routine policy benefits.
We will cover dental treatment needed to restore your teeth and/or general oral health to their pre-accident condition. We may ask for additional information such as police and hospital reports as evidence of any incident. Treatment must start within 48 hours of the accident and be completed within 30 days.