Dental insurance isn't a benefit that is automatically included with standard health insurance plans, but it is certainly one that can pay huge dividends for individuals and their families.
Some people who get their medical insurance through their employers are even surprised to find that many group health insurance plans do not provide dental insurance coverage.
With that said, it is worth noting that in the UK, there are many standalone and add-on dental plans available, from the likes of AXA and many others to choose from.
If you decide that dental insurance is a need for you or your family, get a quick, easy price quotation using our online quote tool.
Coverage of routine treatment
- Exams and consultations
- Emergency treatment
- Tooth cleaning
- Root canals
- Local anesthesia
- Occlusion bars
Coverage of major dental treatment
- Tooth adjustment
- Root scaling
- Gingivitis treatment
- Periodontitis treatment
- Membrane treatment
- Bridgework and other repairs
- Porcelain crowns, temporary crowns, and gold jackets
Dental plans, as with other types of health insurance plans, often come with waiting periods, which stipulate that a policy cannot be claimed upon until a specified period of time has passed following the start date.
Employee benefit covers dental treatment
If you are looking for dental insurance for your organisation's employees, check out our corporate health insurance page