Early Release of Super for Dental Health
Did you know that it is possible to apply for the Early Release of your Superannuation to pay for certain dental surgeries for you or eligible family members?
SuperCare can help you
Superannuation can be used to pay for essential Dental Treatment under the ATO’s Compassionate Release of Superannuation program. SuperCare streamlines the application process that is required to access Superannuation to pay for Dental treatments and all out-of-pocket expenses including private hospital fees, travel and accommodation. SuperCare operates on a no fee - no approval basis and is our preferred provider of Compassionate Release of Superannuation support.
SuperCare has helped countless Australians apply for the Early Release of their Superannuation to pay for their own or an eligible family member’s Dental surgery. Please note that the eligibility of a family member is determined within the rules & regulations provided by the Superannuation (Supervision) Act 1993. Please contact us for further information regarding the eligibility of your family member(s) and the kind of treatments that may be available to them
SuperCare can help facilitate funding for most dental treatments including:
- Implants and Dentures
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Braces and Orthodontics
- Root Canal
- Crowns and Bridges
- General Dentistry
This payment option is ideal for an individual/family that:
- Does not have the relevant, or sufficient, private health insurance
- May not have access to sufficient, available funds
- Does have one member with Superannuation funds
SuperCare’s experienced and caring Consultants will guide you seamlessly through the complexities of the two-step applications process, to ensure that you and your family can focus on the most important issue – your health.
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All surgical procedures carry risk. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.