Travel Insurance Seniors - Dental care

Senior Canadians Travelling outside Canada

The services of a licensed dentist or dental surgeon for emergency dental treatment, including the cost of prescription drugs and x-rays, as follows:

Up to a maximum of $4,000 for dental expenses you incur while on your trip, for an accidental blow to the face requiring the repair or replacement of sound natural teeth or permanently attached artificial teeth. All treatment must be initiated within 48 hours from the time the emergency began and completed no later than 90 days after the treatment began and prior to your return to your home province.

Up to a maximum of $500 for dental expenses you incur while on your trip for any dental emergencies other than pain caused by an accidental blow to the face. All treatment must be initiated within 48 hours from the time the emergency began and completed no later than 90 days after the treatment began and prior to your return to your home province.

Hospital allowance

Up to $50 per day to a maximum of $500 is allowed to cover incidental hospital charges, which are billed by the hospital, such as TV rental and telephone charges.

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