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Supplemental Dental Coverage

Supplemental Dental Coverage

Having dental coverage in place can really ease the cost of regular checkups, cleanings, repairs, and extensive dental procedures. When it comes to maintaining your oral health without any financial coverage, you really do put your money where your mouth is!

What your provincial plan doesn’t cover

Under Canada’s government health care system, routine dental care is not covered. Though a few provinces offer prevention programs for children (Quebec and Nova Scotia, for instance), others only pay for medically-essential dental procedures performed in-hospital. Therefore, you’re probably not covered for:

  • Routine dental check-ups
  • Preventive and restorative dental care
  • Cavity fillings
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures
  • Inlays, veneers, crowns and bridges
  • X-rays
  • Orthodontics
How to fill the gap
You can purchase supplemental dental coverage through a number of private health benefits providers. You’ll be especially interested if you:
  • have no existing employer-based health plan, or
  • are retiring and losing your group health coverage at work, or
  • are self-employed, working on contract or freelance.

While supplemental dental coverage is ideal for individuals, it is even more important for families with lots of mouths to maintain!

With SureHealth ZONE and LINK plans, you can access a range of dental services and benefit options.

Simply choose the plan that best suits your personal needs (and your budget). Then let your SureHealth plan do the rest!

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