1. What will be reimbursed by the health insurer?

There is a difference between what is reimbursed for children up to 18 years old and what is reimbursed for adults. Costs for young people (with the exception of crowns, bridges and orthodontics) are generally fully reimbursed. Agreements have been reached with insurers, making it unlikely that additional payments will be required for the care of young people.
Most adult care is not covered by basic health insurance. If you have taken out additional insurance, you can receive reimbursement per treatment. The insurer determines what reimbursements are possible. Some insurers will reimburse all costs up to a certain amount, while others will reimburse a maximum amount per treatment. You can ask your health insurer about this. Also, on allesoverhetgebit.nl you can check which reimbursements you get from your health insurer.

2. Can I find out in advance how much I will have to pay for the treatment?

Yes. On our website and in the waiting room, you’ll find the tariff list of our practice. It is possible that I choose to deviate from the price list for a treatment. On the tariff list, I indicate the reasons for this in this practice. For large, complex or expensive treatments, you will be given a quote in advance. This way, you’ll know in advance what you can expect.

3. How do I know what treatments the dentist or orthodontist performs?

The dentist, orthodontist or dental hygienist will inform you in advance about the different treatments (services). On the practice website, you will find detailed information about the treatment methods and associated fees. A list of treatments and detailed explanations can be found at allesoverhetgebit.nl. (In Dutch only).

4. How can I see who is treating me and what tasks they have?

Various dental care providers provide dental care. These each have their own tasks and responsibilities. In our practice, you will find an overview of the employees on the practice website. In addition to our name, our name badge also states what our position is in practice. Is it not clear enough for you? Then don’t hesitate and ask the person treating you. More information about the tasks and responsibilities of the members of the dental team and professions in dentistry can be found at www.allesoverhetgebit.nl under everything about the dental practice. (The site is in Dutch).

5. Where do I find more information about treatment options?

More information about conditions, dental treatments, treatment alternatives and tips for a healthy mouth can be (in Dutch) found at www.allesoverhetgebit.nl. The dentist, orthodontist or dental hygienist can inform you about treatment options that suit your personal situation.


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