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Canadian Dental Care Plan - Cheat Sheet 02: Services covered

Good afternoon, here is another cheat sheet that focuses on the services covered by the CDCP:

- The CDCP will cover a wide range of oral health care services that keep your teeth and gums healthy, prevent and treat oral health issues and diseases, and restore your smile².

- Examples of services that could be covered under the CDCP, as recommended by an oral health provider, include²:

    * preventive services, such as scaling (cleaning), polishing, sealants, and fluoride

    * diagnostic services, such as examinations and x-rays

    * restorative services, such as fillings, crowns, and dentures

    * endodontic services, such as root canal treatments

    * prosthodontic services, such as complete and partial removable dentures

    * periodontal services, such as deep scaling

    * oral surgery services, such as extractions

- Some services, such as crowns, initial placement of partial dentures, and general anesthesia, will require pre authorization or prior evaluation from an oral health provider, and will only become available in fall 2024¹².

- The CDCP will reimburse a percentage of the cost, based on established CDCP fees and your adjusted family net income². You may have to pay a co-payment or additional charges directly to the oral health provider, depending on your income bracket and the provider's fees².

I hope this cheat sheet is useful for you.


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