DENTAL PLANS INFORMATION

Please see information on Dental Plans below.

        

DENTAL PLANS

Dental plans are a type of insurance which are designed to help you pay the costs associated with dental care. Although some level of dental work will be provided by your state provided medical care there are a lot of procedures which are not and can be very expensive which is why dental plans are so popular.

Types of Dental Plans

There are three main types of dental plans which fall into the categories:

  • individual
  • family
  • group

The most expensive fully comprehensive dental insurance is known as indemnity dental insurance and it permits you to see any dentist you want who accepts insurance. Other insurance assigns you to a specific dentist or surgery where insurance covered treatment must be performed.

Costs Involved with Dental Plans

There is usually an agreed cost between the insurance company and dentists who perform specific procedures. Depending on your insurance policy you may pay a small fee and the rest of the costs will be taken care of.

Oral well being covered by your dental plan

There is no doubt that oral well being is incredibly important your health and dentistry can be one of the most expensive forms of healthcare. A dental plan can provide insurance cover for you and your family so that you have peace of mind and know that they can receive the best treatment.

Below are some procedures you may want your insurance to cover:

  • Preventative cleaning and polishing (every nine months)
  • Routine examinations and X-rays
  • Fillings and extractions
  • Fluoride treatments for children
  • Pit and fissure sealants for children
  • Space maintainers for children
  • General anaesthetics
  • Endodontics / root canal therapy
  • Denture cleaning, repairs, rebasing and relining
  • Dentures (full or partial)
  • Standard crown restorations or onlays on natural teeth
  • Standard bridges, including pontics, abutment retainers/crowns on natural teeth
  • Standard repair or recementing of crowns, onlays and bridgework on natural teeth
  • Orthodontics

        


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