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Have questions about CAA Health and Dental Insurance? We’ve got the answers.

We’ve got the information you need to help you choose a health and dental insurance plan, including answers about coverage for braces, dental implants and dentures, vision benefits, prescription drugs and even massage therapy.
The Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) may not cover routine medical expenses, such as dental care, prescription drugs and vision care. CAA Health and Dental Insurance can help protect you from potentially costly and unexpected medical expenses.
Dental insurance plans and health insurance plans are similar. You (or your employer, in the case of a group plan) pay a monthly premium for dental coverage. Your insurance provider then pays all or part of your qualified dental expenses, up to the maximum amount covered in your policy.
The premiums for dental insurance plans vary according to what services they provide and how much coverage you choose. You can mix and match different levels of drug and dental coverage so that you only pay for what you actually need.
You’re always in control of your health insurance coverage. You can choose from a variety of options to customize your plan, such as mixing and matching different levels of drug and dental coverage, so you only pay for what you and your family actually need.
Yes, you can take advantage of reduced rates for couples when you include your spouse on your insurance plan, and even more substantial savings for families with three kids or more.
There are several ways that dental implants could be covered by your CAA Health Insurance plan. If you’ve lost a tooth due to illness, some plans may cover the cost of dental implants up to the maximum amount covered in your policy. If you’ve lost a tooth due to an injury sustained by an accident, a dental implant might fall under an accident insurance policy or a medical plan.

Our Advisors are here to listen and provide expert advice.