On Monday, PNB MetLife India Insurance Co. Ltd. launched India’s first dental health insurance plan. This plan covers specific outpatient expenses (OPD) & accidental dental procedures and provides financial aid related to overall dental care. This plan will fulfill the emerging needs of customers and ensure they save a good on dental treatment.
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During the launch, Ashish Kumar Srivastava, CEO & MD, PNB MetLife, said PNB MetLife Dental Healthcare Plan has tied up with 340+ dental hospitals, including two of India's largest dental hospitals chain, Sabka Dentist and Clove Dentist. Due to the impact of inflation, prerequisite skills, and specialized dental health infrastructure, people tend to spend a lot from their own pocket on expensive dental procedures. Hence, this plan offers access to dental insurance without encountering the hassles of hospitalisation.
The plan also offers fixed-cost benefits pricing from Rs 350 - 7,500 per dental procedure and a sum assured amount of up to Rs 50,000 assisting with overall dental health expenses. The plan also has cashless claims, a hassle-free claim settlement process, and policyholders can avail the benefit of tax exemptions under Sec 80D, Indian Income Tax Act.
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