KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS ABOUT DENTAL HEALTH INSURANCE AMONG DENTAL PRACTITIONERS IN INDIA: A SITUATION ANALYSIS

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NEELAM DAS

Abstract

In India, dental insurance is so far in its inchoate stage with not several insurance agencies giving the support. Dental insurance is meant to ensure people against dental ill health and their price of treatment. Dental insurance in India is often clubbed with insurance and accessible underneath the general insurance plans. Indeed, even with the accessible decisions, for the foremost half the expenses rising thanks to a dental emergency square measure coated, whereas routine dental ailments square measure usually forgotten regarding. There exists a flooding want for state and private associations to figure broad plans towards giving easy and affordable dental insurance schemes. Anticipation and ideal capture is that the solitary conceivable approach to limit the progression of dental disease and heightened treatment prices. The present article is associate endeavour to feature the importance of dental insurance and to grasp varied terminologies in selecting the correct policy. This article can the present standing, shortcomings and scope of dental insurance in Republic of India.

Keywords:
Dentistry, dental insurance, India, knowledge, disease

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DAS, N. (2021). KNOWLEDGE AND AWARENESS ABOUT DENTAL HEALTH INSURANCE AMONG DENTAL PRACTITIONERS IN INDIA: A SITUATION ANALYSIS. Journal of Disease and Global Health, 14(2), 27-34. Retrieved from https://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JODAGH/article/view/7052
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Mini Review Papers

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