Your dental health matters, so finding the right coverage is important - Sanitas Dental Premium is a complete and comprehensive dental policy, which covers you for over 70% of the most requested treatments we offer, including fillings and reconstructions.
Cover under the Dental Premium policy gives you direct access to over 2,500 dental professionals and 180 Milenium dental clinics nationwide.
There are no age restrictions to the policy and children under the age of 6 may also be added completely free of charge.
Do you know how much you can save with Sanitas Dental Premium insurance? Up to € 400 savings if you compare external current market prices vs our own:
Total savings of up to 400 €
** ARP - Average retail price.
The following treatments and services are included within your Sanitas Dental Premium plan.
General consultation including screening and diagnosis: A general consultation with a dentist where all of your past dental history is collected, an exploration of the mouth for correct diagnosis and the most effective treatment.
Topical fluoridation: During this treatment, fluoride is applied to the surface of the teeth to prevent cavities. The treatment will increase the strength of the enamel and protect them from acids and bacterial plaque.
Dental cleaning: Removal of tartar on the teeth and external pigmentations. Tartar is made up of plaque, bacteria, food remains and calcium and sticks to the teeth. It is important to remove this build up to avoid periodontal disease.
Treatment of tooth sensitivity: Fluoride is applied to the surface of the teeth to reduce pain and sensitivity.
Sealant of fissures: This is a preventive measure where holes and fissures in the teeth are covered with a protective resin forming a barrier to prevent tooth decay.
Priority emergency consultations: A priority emergency consultation with a dentist.
Simple extraction - A simple tooth extraction.
Tail extraction not included - Wisdom teeth and the third molar are commonly referred to as the tail. Not included means that it is on the outside of the jaw.
Tail extraction including dental cysts - The tail is referred to as the wisdom tooth and third molar which is house inside the maxillary bone. A dental cyst is a cavity which contains liquid or a pus like substance.
Extraction of radicular remains: These are extractions of the root remains which may have been left after a difficult extraction or damage by a cavity.
Extraction by odontosection: This is when a tooth is intentionally fractured to help facilitate an extraction.
Removal of epulis: Removal of formation of tumors in the gum (Epulis) or the soft areas of the mouth..
Drainage gingival abscess: This is when an incision is made to the opening of an abscess infection in order to help with the release of its contents.
Apicectomy: A procedure where the tip of the root of a tooth via the gum is performed.
Tooth cyst: A cyst is a cavity which accumulates a liquid or other material which may eventually destroy the maxilla or mandible. It may also result in movement of the tooth or become a non-benign lesion.
Fenestration: The dental fenestration comprises of removal of the bone and mucosa around the tooth to release and visualize the crown of the tooth, allowing the orthodontist to insert a bracket and bring the tooth to the dental arch.
Provisional obturation: Where a cavity is cleaned and filled with a temporary filling. This could be because of extensive cavities which may require more than one phase of treatment in order to correct the problem.
General consultation: A general consultation with a dentist. The patients information is collected along with their dental history. An exploration of the dental cavity is undertaken to enable the dentist to make an analysis and recommend the most effective treatment.
Oral health education: The dentist will discuss any preventative measures the patient can take in order to maintain good dental health and hygiene.
Intraoral x-ray: Radiographic plates are inserted into the mouth so that x-rays may be taken to analyse the oral cavity.
Topical fluoridation: Fluoride is applied to the outside surface of the teeth to help protect them from tooth decay. This then protects the teeth by strengthening the enamel and protect them from bacterial plaque.
Crack sealer: Also known as a fissure sealant, it is a preventative procedure where cracks and pits in the teeth are filled with a resin to protect them from decay.
Cleaning/Oral Hygiene: Process of removing tartar from the teeth which can lead to periodontal disease.
Tooth extraction: The removal of a tooth or part of a tooth of the maxillary bone.
Occlusal analysis: A procedure the relationships between the two arches are analysed and to ascertain occlusal stability.
Selective cutting: A procedure to aimed at improving the occlusal balance and relationship between the upper and lower teeth.
Cemented: A procedure where a fixed element is placed at the crown or bridge of the mouth which has been removed or dropped caused by a previous treatment or incident.
Periodontal assessment - Clinical procedure to adequately perform a periodontal diagnosis.
Periodontal x-ray series A radiographic analysis where a two dimensional view of the teeth and the surrounding structures are performed.
Radiological stuff for orthodontics: A procedure that uses radiographics to permit the orthodontic study of the patient so that the correct diagnosis can be obtained. The procedure comprises of extraoral and intraoral photographs.
Tooth Extraction: The removal of a tooth or part of the tooth.
Periapical Radiography - A form of x-ray that explores the whole tooth from the crown to the apex. It also serves to investigate the periodontal space and surrounding bone tissue.
X-Ray - Dental x-rays are a diagnostic procedure used by the dentist to identify areas of decay, bone loss, abscesses, tumors and more.
Occlusal radiograph: A diagnostic procedure where different sized plates are placed in the mouth.
Periodontal radiography: A form of radiography to diagnose periodontal disease.
Lateral radiography of the skull: Used to identify dentoskeletal issues which may produce a non-aesthetic profile or bad bite.
Orthopantomography - A form of panoramic radiography used to obtain a dental X-ray of the upper and lower jaw.
Cephalometry: A diagnostic radiograph used for orthodontic treatment planning.
Computerized axial tomography - Also known as a CAT scan is used by dentists for diagnostic purposes to create three-dimensional image of the mouth and teeth.
Occlusal analysis: A study of the relationship of the occlusal surfaces of the teeth and associated functional harmonies.
The Sanitas Dental Premium plan is available as an extra option on ALL Sanitas Mas Salud & Sanitas Professional plans
Yes the policy is discounted if you add it to the Sanitas Mas Salud or Sanitas Professional health insurance plans.
Both. The Sanitas Dental premium is available as a standalone product or as an extra option if purchased alongside either the Sanitas Mas Salud or Sanitas Professional health insurance plans.
As a standalone product the premiums are €13.50 with co-payments / €14.95 without co-payments.
As an extra option the premiums are €9.90 for both versions.
You can purchase Sanitas Dental Premium in 2 different ways - As a standalone product or as an extra option.
The Sanitas Dental Premium plan is €14.95 if purchased as a standalone product. If you purchase Sanitas Dental Premium as an extra option (i.e. along with a health insurance policy then the price is reduced to €9.90.
The Sanitas Dental Premium plan is €13.50 if purchased as a standalone product. If you purchase Sanitas Dental premium as an extra option (i.e. along with a health insurance policy then the price is reduced to €9.90.
Premium valid during the first contractual annuity for new registrations of new policies with effect date between 01/04/2018 and 01/02/2019 on which the surcharge of the Insurance Compensation Consortium will be applied 0.15% of the premium net Maximum age of employment 60 years and without limit of age of permanence. The indicated premiums will vary depending on the place of residence of the insured. Specifically: Ibiza, Menorca have a surcharge of 15%, Mallorca 4% and the province of Barcelona 5%.