You and your dependants each have a maximum of $1,000 per tooth for dental treatment due to accidental injury (both inside and outside of Canada).
Note that accidental dental claims do not affect your annual or lifetime dental coverage limits. If you receive dental treatment due to accidental injury, please have your dentist complete the “Dental Accident” section of the Dental Care Claim form. If the form you’re using does not have a specific section for accidental dental information, please mark the claim “dental accident” to prevent expenses from being applied to your annual dental maximum. Please ensure your dentist identifies all injured teeth on the form along with the date and details of the accident.
If services exceed the $1,000 per tooth maximum and you’re inside of Canada, your claim can be submitted under your Dental Care benefits and will be applied to your annual or lifetime dental claim maximums. If services exceed the $1,000 per tooth maximum and you’re outside of Canada, your claim may be covered under your Travel Emergency benefits.
Are you a member of Alberta's public or Catholic education sector and considering retirement or already retired? If so, we invite you (including employers) to join us for our virtual MyRetiree Plan Presentation and Q&A on April 4, 2023, where we'll share valuable information about coverage options, emergency travel insurance, savings potential, and more!