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What is covered by the emergency dental cover?

The maximum ceiling for emergency dental expenses is set at € 200 per person and per year, with an excess of € 20 per claim.

We cover emergency dental costs, which means only and exclusively dressings, fillings, root canals or extraction.

That is to say that we will reimburse you only for what is urgent and indispensable to calm the pain and stop an infection. We cover you for an abscess, toothache, if you need a root canal, have a tooth pulled out or if you need a filling. However, new dental implants will not be supported.

Be careful: we will not provide cover if all your teeth are already decayed and you undertake to treat them during your trip. Therefore you must take care of your teeth before going on your trip as we do not cover pre-existing conditions.

So more clearly, if you have any cavities before departure, these will not be covered. However, if you get a cavity during your stay and this gives you toothache, this will be covered!

This answer only concerns : CAP W.H.Visa France.
If you have any questions about a different contract : Contact us .

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