For when pain wipes the smile off your face.
Having dental travel insurance can mean the difference between a taste adventure or a disaster.
Whether you’re sampling the ktefa in Morocco or taking the durian challenge in Thailand, sudden and serious pain in your teeth can stop you in your tracks.
All of our policies can cover emergency dental treatment overseas if you urgently need to see a dentist for the immediate relief of sudden and acute pain to your teeth while traveling if:
If you’re experiencing tooth pain, contact our emergency assistance team who will help you locate a qualified dentist nearby.
Travel insurance isn’t designed to cover everything. Common dental claims we see where there's no cover include:
This is not a full list of what's covered and what's not covered. There are limits and conditions that apply, so for more information check out our article on dental cover and read your policy carefully before you buy.
If you need urgent dental treatment, which cannot wait until your return home or you're in a serious accident, it’s essential that you get in contact with our emergency assistance teams as soon as possible so that we can support you.
So that our Emergency Assistance teams can assist you quickly, please be ready with the following:
If you've already visited a dentist and received emergency treatment, you can submit your claim online.
We were in Byblos, Lebanon and bought a Labneh (local cheese and olive) wrap from a cafe. Whilst eating the wrap I bit down on something hard, it turned out to be a massive olive stone. The stone cracked 3 of my teeth. One completely cracked and the other two damaged. It was incredibly painful. Fortunately the person we were staying with contacted their dentist who opened up their surgery that evening and treated me.
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You can still purchase a World Nomads policy if you have a Pre-Existing Medical Condition (PEMC) – whether it is serious or not – but we won’t cover any claim/s made by any traveller under the policy as a result of this condition (this includes if you’re on separate or joint policies). This exclusion can’t be removed from the policy.
The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) has a travel insurance directory on its Money Advice Service website, or you can contact the service on 0800 138 7777. This service provides details on what may be considered a PEMC, and travel insurance providers that may cover serious PEMCs, which may assist travellers wanting cover for these conditions.
If you need medical assistance or emergency medical evacuation our team is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year before and during your trip.
Are you in need of emergency assistance right now?
Phone: +353 21 237 8005 (Call via an operator reverse charges. Not toll free.)
Phone: +61 2 8263 0470 (Call via an operator reverse charges. Not toll free.)
Wherever you are, whatever has happened, our multi-lingual assistance teams are here to help you and your family.
Travel insurance for independent travelers and intrepid families. Nobody wants to think about all the things that could go wrong on their trip, but these things can and do happen. So be prepared and get your travel insurance today.
Here are our most frequently asked questions about overseas medical insurance. You can also find the answers to other questions in our Helpdesk or you can ask our customer service team. If you’re looking for general travel advice, you can ask our community at Ask a Nomad.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel - Need to know before you buy
Our policies provide cover for some coronavirus-related events. Cover is not available for loss arising from: government intervention including travel bans, border closures or broadly imposed quarantine requirements; events for which the Government has warned against all, or all but essential, travel for your destination(s), or failure to follow advice from official bodies. Your ability to travel may be affected by travel restrictions. Check your cover and the latest government advice and our travel insurance alerts.