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Funding rules by moving from municipal to private dentist


I have long considered moving our children (11+13 years) to a private dentist, because I think that goes too long between visits (over 1 year) and if a problem occurs, it is almost impossible to get a time :-(
Now skoletandplejen made a new structure, so that the children are only going to study every 15-16 months. I think it is very important that the teeth be examined, especially now where they are almost only brushes even.

How is the funding rules by moving to a private dentist ?

Mvt.A concerned mother


Dear concerned mother

For children and young people under 16 have a free choice to private dentist with a self-payment of 35 %, it will say that the municipality provides subsidies of 65 %. For children and young people of 16 and 17 years old have a free choice of dental care without any co-payment and reimbursement. There must always be an agreement with the municipality within the switch. Contact the municipal dental care in your municipality.

You can read more free choice of dental care by clicking here.

Hope you can use my answer.

With kind regards

Dentist Joan Olsen


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