Travel medical insurance polices are primarily medical polices and generally only provide coverage for new and unexpected injury or illness. However, there could be some coverage for dental or vision available depending on which plan you purchase. For example, the ChoiceAmerica plan offers an optional dental rider which would provide up to $600 in coverage for an accidental dental emergency and provides up to $75 in coverage for a dental exam. Review your individual policy document for the benefits and limits for dental- and vision-related coverage. For additional information about vision and dental coverage while on your trip, visit our blog post Do You Really Need Visitors Insurance for Vision and Dental?
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