Yes, there’s cover if you need to go to a dentist for emergency dental treatment to relieve sudden and acute pain to your healthy teeth while you’re travelling.
Your policy covers dental expenses incurred for the immediate relief of sudden and acute pain to healthy, natural teeth* following:
*‘Healthy, natural teeth’ means they must be whole or properly restored (with fillings only) and without any other conditions or impairment.
Well, that depends on how many travellers are listed on your policy.
|Plan||1 Traveller||2 + Travellers|
|Standard||$500||$1000 (in total, not per person)|
|Explorer||$500||$1000 (in total, not per person)|
The $100 policy excess applies to all dental claims, per event.
The policy isn’t designed to cover everything. Take the time to read the terms, conditions, limits and exclusions in the policy wording for what is and isn’t covered.
Here are the main things that aren’t covered:
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