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Bupa – Dental Plan

Bupa – Dental Plan

Type: Group healthcare cash plan for dental cover

Minimum premium: Dependent on group size and age of employee

Minimum group size: Two

Minimum-maximum ages: 18-no maximum

Cover provided: Core cover 100% reimbursement for NHS dental treatment,
routine dental treatment, emergency dental treatment, dental injury
treatment, oral cancer benefit, cash benefit for hospital stay £50 a night
up to £1,000 a year for all levels of cover

Maximum benefit: 100% reimbursement for NHS dental treatment, routine dental treatment subject to annual benefit limits applicable to each level of cover; emergency dental treatment – up to £400 a year for level one, £600 a year for levels two and three, £1,000 a year for level four;; dental injury treatment – up to £3,00 a year for level one, £5,000 for levels two, three and four; oral cancer benefit up to £15,000 a year for all levels of cover, cash benefit for hospital stay £50 a night up to £1,000 a year for all levels of cover

Commission:  Subject to negotiation

Tel: 0800 332000

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