Time Is Ticking On Your Extras

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With the year coming to a close, time is running out to take advantage of your private health fund benefits before they reset!


If you're covered by private health insurance, specifically an extras policy, your benefits could cover your next dental check-up.There's a limit to how much you can claim, and this limit resets every year. For many health funds, this happens at the start of the New Year.

So, why not make the most of your cover right now? After all, you've invested a lot in it, so don't let any benefits slip away!

Remember, regular dental check-ups help catch issues early, preventing potential problems from becoming expensive treatments later.

Don't leave your extras behind!

Start the New Year with refreshed dental extras and a refreshed smile. Beat the end of year rush and book your check-up by finding a clinic below.

Explore Your Options With A Dentist Near You

What payment options are available?

Money’s tight nowadays. According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, around 4 in 10 Australians over 15 put off visits to the dentist because of cost.^ We want to provide as many avenues as possible for you to access the services you deserve.

Many of our clinics across the network offer a variety of payment solutions, like Afterpay, Humm or Zip. Better still, many are preferred providers for multiple health funds, giving you more options to best utilise your health insurance and invest in your smile.

N.B. Not all treatments and services are available in all clinics, nor are they suitable for all patients. Please get in touch with your local clinic to speak with a clinician about your options.

* Not all health insurance policies cover dental treatments and services. In addition, some health funds may restrict the number of claims that can be made during a specific timeframe, and limit the amount that can be claimed within a certain period. Please check with your health fund prior to attending your appointment to better understand the extent of your policy's coverage.

^ Australian Institute of Health & Welfare (2023)