DentaGlow accepts all health funds to help patients receive the dental care they need
Getting dental care is an important part of staying healthy. This is why DentaGlow help patients by accepting all health funds as well as offering payment plans.
While we do accept all health funds, with some we are a preferred provider. If you are a member of one of the below health funds make sure you let our reception team know when you book your appointment.
nib members could be entitled to 100% of the cost back for a general dental check-up. With nib a check-up includes an examination, scale, clean and fluoride treatment (it does not include x-rays). Always make sure to check your nib cover before booking an appointment.
Bupa offers personal and corporate health insurance which includes health coaching and home healthcare. When you visit DentaGlow you should be able to receive the maximum rebate.
As part of TUH’s network of preferred providers, we charge TUH members an agreed fee per service, and this fee is usually lower than non-preferred dental providers.
HCF provides patients with a security of service, coverage and payment for your dental treatments. Because DentaGlow is a preferred provider you should be eligible for two free check-ups and cleans per calendar year. However, this depends on your level of cover.
Members of CBHS with dental cover may be eligible for a free dental check-up and clean each calendar year. Before you book an appointment with DentaGlow it is necessary for you to check what level of cover you have.
Affordable Dental Plan (ADP) is a membership plan that entitles members to quality dental care at reduced rates.
The level of cover you have with ahm will determine what you are eligible for. Before you book an appointment with DentaGlow it is necessary for you to check what level of cover you have.
“DVA will fund all dental services, provided under DVA arrangements, necessary to meet a clinical need for Gold Card holders. For White Card holders, dental treatment can only be provided in relation to your accepted disabilities.
Note: If unsure, providers can confirm treatment eligibility of a White Card holder’s accepted condition(s), by calling DVA – select Option 3, then Option 1.”*
While the Child Dental Benefits Schedule is still in effect, it allows eligible children between ages 2 to 17 to receive $1000 worth of specific treatments over 2 calendar years.