What is the difference between 'limited' and 'unlimited' general dental?

There are two subcategories that fall under the General Dental umbrella. These are called ‘Limited’ and ‘Unlimited’ and it’s important to know the difference.

“Limited” means that there’s a maximum financial limit applied to the total rebate that HIF can pay out for a particular dental item each year, while "Unlimited" means you can claim on certain items as many times as you wish. 

For items where an annual limit does apply, the amount you can claim back increases each year for the first five years of membership with HIF (it’s just one way we reward member loyalty).

To view all of our dental annual limits, please visit our dental annual limits webpage.  

Category: Dental Cover
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