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Your personal finance questions – Dental insurance, ESG investing and the tax implications of the temporary wage subsidy scheme

Q Following a long overdue visit to my dentist, I have been told I will need a lot of dental work over the next two years. Is it too late now to take out dental cover?

A Based on the details provided, it would be worthwhile considering some type of dental cover, according to Dermot Goode to DeCare Dental offers a range of plans to suit different budgets and the waiting periods are minimal compared with private health insurance.

Check-ups are covered immediately and basic dental treatment such as fillings and extractions are covered after three months, Mr Goode said. More comprehensive treatments such as root canal and crowns are subject to a 12-month waiting period.

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