Dentistry in-hospital

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The Maxillo-facial and oral surgery benefit is subject to prior approval and provides cover for the following treatment:

  • Oral surgery: Planned surgery benefit for all services, with regards to doctor, an anaesthetist, hospitalisation and medication, involving impacted wisdom teeth, surgical removal of Apicectomy and other surgery
  • Maxillo-facial surgery: Not planned, involving the case of an accident, surgical removal of tumors and neoplasm’s, trauma and congenital birth defects and other major surgery
  • Jaw related surgery and facial surgery: As a direct result of trauma, e.g. motor vehicle accident
  • Benefits for general anaesthetics, conscious analgo-sedation and hospitalisation for dental work will only be granted in the event of children under the age of 8-years

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