Unfortunately no, routine dental care is not covered by visitors insurance, as these plans only provide coverage for any new and unexpected illness or injuries. That being said, most comprehensive travel medical insurance policies offer some dental coverage for acute, spontaneous pain or accidental emergency. Because visitors insurance does not cover for routine check-ups such as physical examinations, eye exams, dentist check-ups, vaccinations, etc., we recommend visiting your doctor and dentist in your home country for a physical and dental examination prior to departing on your trip and get any care you might need while abroad.
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