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Temporary Dental Facilities and Services

Temporary Dental Facilities and Services

Dr. Barry Saltz, D.D.S., P.A. Claim Story

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  • CNA’s dental recovery program is unique to the competition in many ways. They stepped up to the plate and helped me put my life back together.

    Dr. Barry Saltz, D.D.S., P.A. -

After successfully practicing dentistry for 28 years, the last thing Dr. Barry Saltz, D.D.S., P.A., expected was a midnight call about a fire. But, when he and his wife arrived at the building his father built in 1974, a two-alarm blaze rocked him to the core.

For more on Dr. Saltz’s testimony read the complete article, Property Claim Gets Dentists Fired Up About CNA’s Dental Recovery Program or view Dr. Saltz’s entire claims story interview.

The two primary objectives of CNA’s dental recovery insurance claims program are to retain the dentist’s patients, and minimize the loss of business income and extra expense exposure.

Every year, dental facilities experience natural disasters or man made catastrophes that render them unable to provide services to patients. The Temporary Dental Services Program, provided through CNA Healthcare and the Professional Protection Plan® (PPP) for Dentists, assists dental offices in restoring and reopening for business within approximately 30 days following an incident.

Dental Office Restoration Process

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  • In most cases, a disaster does not eliminate the patient’s need for dental attention or pre-arranged dental services. The Temporary Dental Services Program minimizes the interruption of services for dentists and enables them to continue to put smiles on the faces of their clients.

    D. Todd Klingaman, Director – Large Loss Property, CNA -

  • Once an incident is reported, CNA begins the process of quickly restoring dental office operations.

    This process includes:

      • Immediate search to confirm the location of a temporary facility;
      • Modifications to the temporary location implemented on an expedited basis;
      • Provisions for temporary usage of all dental equipment;
      • Full-service dental facility operational within approximately 30 days of securing the lease; and
      • Inventory of all damaged equipment and records, including an assessment and evaluation.

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