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Denplan Dental Benefits Survey 2011 – Out Now!

9 May, 2011

Denplan are delighted to confirm that the 2011 Dental Benefits Survey is now available exclusively free to intermediaries.

As with the 2010 Dental Benefits Survey, we have explored key aspects of the employee benefits and dental markets to highlight the key trends you need to be aware of if you are interested in growing your dental book of business in 2011.  The report covers the following key areas;

  • Health and wellbeing benefits
  • Effect of the economic climate on benefit selection
  • Valuing benefit packages
  • Attitudes to dental plans
  • Employee views on dentistry
  • Changes in dental charges

In addition, we have introduced a whole new section focussing on company attitudes to brokers, to really help you maximise your business opportunities this year.  We have also increased our sample size, to mean we can give you more insight into segments of the market, at an industry and company-size level.

Want to find out more?  Check out our Dental Benefits Survey podcast to find out more about the key findings from our 2011 survey.   If you would like to request a copy of the full research report, or have any questions about the results, contact your Denplan consultant.

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  1. 9 May, 2011 2:05 pm

    We will be posting more analysis, whitepapers and discussion on the blog throughout the year to give you more detail on each of the key areas of the research. Watch this space for the first whitepaper – exploring company and employee attitudes to dental plans – which is coming very soon!

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