Rewarding employers, benefitting employees...

With NHS costs rising and the price of private dental treatment varying widely, finding the money to pay for dental treatment can be a concern for many employees and their families.

Why dental insurance?

Employees want it.

It's the most popular voluntary health benefit.1

Employees use it.

Provides cover towards check-ups, hygiene visits, and major treatment to restore oral health. Policy limits and exclusions apply.

Employees value it

Corporate dental insurance can often provide benefits over and above dental cover bought outside the workplace.

What does it cover?

A typical Unum Dental policy will include cover for:

  • 100% of NHS charges (excluding the A&E plan)
  • Check-ups and hygienist fees
  • Orthodontic fees for insured children
  • Fillings and root canal treatment
  • Crowns and bridges
  • Dental implants (not available on all plans)
  • Accidents, injuries and emergencies - including sports injuries
  • Mouthguards and sportsguards

Cover levels, annual limits and exclusions apply. Please refer to a benefit schedule for full details

Employees can also extend cover to their spouse, children and even parents (on request) at an additional cost.

Making a claim

Making a claim shouldn’t be like pulling teeth. That's why we've simplified the process so there's no need for claim forms. Claims can be logged and tracked via the online portal for fast settlement.

Speak to your adviser about taking out a plan or you can deal with us directly. Start by requesting a quote here.

1. Survey conducted in Feb-March 2017 among users of received 175 responses

Contact us

If you have a Unum Dental policy (or are thinking about getting one), here’s everything you need to get in touch.

020 7265 7111

Unum Dental is a trading name of Unum Limited which is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Registered Office: Milton Court, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 3LZ. Registered in England 983768. We monitor telephone conversations and email communications from time-to-time for training purposes and in the interests of continually improving the quality of the service we provide.