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Old 30.04.2021, 06:58
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Re: Health insurance for a newborn?!?

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This probably varies depending on the insurance company. All dental insurance is optional, therefore itís not mandatory for the company to follow given rules (like there often are for basic insurance). Ours would have demanded a dental exam after the age of three (and presumably refused it if there had been any discernible major problems by then), so we got it before. Best to ask.
My advice is get the dental and supplementary from birth. you pay a reduced amount until they are 3 or 4 or something anyway. If you leave it until they are older you may find you've missed the cut and you cant get dental treatment coverage. Its not meant to sound panicky or pressured but we've got all our three with helsana and honestly it wasnt much for the additional bits on top we didnt do the legal thing but the dental we got. Its worth it.
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