What dental prosthesis are used to prosthetic children’s teeth?
If the chewing function is still developing, the prosthesis is made with temporary dentures made of polymerizable polymers in the laboratory or with standard protective crowns, and if the chewing system is substantially formed, the prosthesis is made with long-term structural dental prostheses.
What is the amount of dental prosthesis reimbursed?
Children whose chewing function is still developing during prosthetics with temporary dentures made of polymerizable polymers or standard protective crowns and whose health condition meets the indications determined by law are reimbursed according to the actual cost of dentures, but not more than 257.63 points.
Children whose chewing system has essentially formed, when prosthetics are made with long-term structural dentures and whose state of health complies with the indications determined by law shall be reimbursed on the basis of the actual cost of dentures, but not more than 1,553.24 points.
What to do?
1. Register for a free consultation at a dental clinic.
2. Come for a visit so that dentists can examine children’s teeth and assess the situation.
3. If prosthetics are required, register with the outpatient dental clinic assigned to you.
4. To fill in the application for reimbursement of the costs of dental prosthetics to the Territorial Health Insurance Fund.
5. Return to the dental clinic for pediatric dental prosthetics.