DENTAplus

DENTAplus covers you against high dentists’ costs. You get contributions towards dental check-ups, root canal treatment, fillings in the event of cavities, dental hygiene and for the extraction of wisdom teeth.

  • Contributions towards dental treatments
  • Contributions towards orthodontics and maxillary surgery
  • Contributions towards dental hygiene

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DENTAplus LIGHT
You get 75% of the costs up to CHF 300 per calendar year.
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DENTAplus BRONZE
You get 50% of the costs up to CHF 1,000 per calendar year.
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DENTAplus SILVER
You get 75% of the costs up to CHF 2,000 per calendar year.
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DENTAplus GOLD
You get 75% of the costs up to CHF 3,000 per calendar year.
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DENTAplus COMBI
You receive 50% of the costs up to CHF 1,000 per calendar year, provided that the dental expenses are less than CHF 2,000. If the expenses exceed CHF 2,000, you receive 80% of the excess.

Insured benefits

We reimburse the following benefits to you under DENTAplus dental insurance:

You receive the costs of dental treatment, dental hygiene and check-ups by the dentist, orthodontics (dental braces) and oral surgery, depending on the option you select. 

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Frequently asked questions

As a general rule, basic insurance pays out only for damage to teeth caused by an accident – and even then only if this is not covered by another insurance (your employer’s accident insurance, for example). You have to pay for practically all other dental treatment yourself. However, going to the dentist in Switzerland can soon become very expensive.

DENTAplus is valid worldwide. So you can also undergo dental treatment at a dentist’s abroad. This is provided that the foreign dentist has had dental training equivalent to that of dentists in Switzerland. You can claim the actual costs for this up to the amount the same treatment would have cost in Switzerland. 

As a general rule, we require a health declaration for all supplementary insurance,with the exception of children under the age of 3. We also make an exception for the Light option –  which you can take out without any medical examination or report from your dentist.

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