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Health Funds

Make the most of your health fund extras.

If you’re a health fund member with extras, you could be entitled to a wide range of benefits.

It’s likely your extras cover means you’re entitled to at least one gap-free* check-up a year. It's worth checking with your health fund to see what you can claim.

Private health cover can be confusing, we can help walk you through the process so it’s easier to understand.

How a health fund can help:

Investing in your health is one of the best ways you can future-proof your wellbeing, and help minimise out-of-pocket healthcare costs through hospital and extras cover.

Extras cover is health insurance that covers you for out-of-hospital healthcare and medical services that are not covered by Medicare.

If you have extras cover you are likely covered for more than you think; so be sure to check with your health fund provider and see what you are covered for.

We accept all major health insurance providers

We are proud to work with all health fund providers across Australia, and with all of our practices offering HICAPS facilities, you can claim your rebate on the same day as your treatment.

We are proudly preferred providers for:

Nurses & Midwives Health Insurance Provider
Teachers Health Insurance Provider
Uni Health Insurance Provider

Why regular check-ups are important!

Dentists recommend having a check-up and clean twice a year. Having a routine dental check-up comes with a long list of benefits; from preventing migraines and cavities, to helping to alleviate Sleep Apnoea symptoms!

Not only can this help you maintain good oral hygiene, but it can help you prevent any future issues that have yet to surface.

For more information about the benefits of regular check-ups; speak with our expert team today.

Patient with dental extras at the beach

Terms and conditions

National Dental Care is not a health fund provider and does not claim to be. For more information about your health fund and the level of cover you have – you will need to speak with your health insurance provider. Preferred provider status is exclusive to individual practices only.