Support your employees with bespoke dental benefits

The current demand and pressure on the dental industry in the UK has got many people considering private dental insurance to protect their oral health and prevent unexpected large bills.

The right group dental insurance for your company helps you support your employees, forming part of your valuable and attractive benefits package. At IHC, we work closely with you to find the most appropriate and effective cover for your company’s specific needs.

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Finding the right fit for you

Our experienced consultants at IHC are dedicated to helping you secure the best solutions for your business, finding the balance between budget demand and employee expectations. We regularly review your policy and benefits to make sure your group dental insurance is still working for your requirements, allowing you to continue to provide your employees with the optimum option.

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Trustworthy and tailored solutions and expertise

Let us help you give your employees added peace of mind when it comes to their dental treatment and care. We offer tailored solutions from a range of providers, making sure they suit your company and give the right support and benefits to your valued employees. Trust our expertise and knowledge to work for your company, every time.

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Frequently asked questions

Group Dental Insurance typically covers preventive care (such as cleanings and exams), basic procedures (such as fillings and extractions), and major procedures (such as root canals and crowns).

Group Dental Insurance is typically offered through an employer and covers a group of employees, whereas individual dental plans are purchased directly by individuals to cover themselves and their families.

Waiting periods for dental procedures can vary depending on the insurance provider and the specific plan. Some plans may have waiting periods for certain procedures, while others may not.

In many cases, employees can choose their own dentists under the group plan, although some plans may have preferred provider networks that offer better value and lower out-of-pocket costs for using in-network dentists.

Employers can typically add or remove employees from the group dental plan during open enrollment periods or within a certain timeframe after a qualifying life event, such as getting married or having a baby.

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