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? And – you can choose the Practitioner!
What Dental Treatments are covered under Super?
Common dental treatments that may be covered under super include:
Preventive Dental Care:
- Routine check-ups and examinations
- Dental cleanings and scaling
- X-rays for diagnostic purposes
- Fluoride treatments
- Sealants for teeth protection
Basic Dental Treatments:
- Fillings for cavities
- Tooth extractions, including simple extractions
- Emergency dental treatment for pain relief
Major Dental Treatments:
- Root canal therapy
- Crowns and bridges for tooth restoration
- Dentures, both full and partial
- Dental implants, including the implant surgery
- Orthodontic treatment for teeth straightening
- Periodontal treatment for gum disease
Benefits of SuperCareStreamlined Process and Personalized Support SuperCare is not a financial services company or a superannuation fund. Instead, we provide a streamlined process and personalized support throughout your application process. Early Release of Superannuation for Dental Treatment Once your application is approved, you can apply to your own superannuation fund trustee for the early release of your superannuation. Please note that the release of funds depends on the discretion of each trustee and their policies.
SUPERCARE 8 STEP APPLICATION PROCESS
SuperCare continuously audits the progress of each CRS Application not only to ensure that all guidelines are being adhered to but also that the Client (and Practice) can have a very high level of confidence that the Application will be successful.
The ATO conducts the final assessment of each Application, which not only decides whether the Application is Approved or not but also provides a final audit of the SuperCare process.
- The clinic sends patient’s details to SuperCare via the online referral form
- A SuperCare consultant contacts the patient and discusses the eligibility
- The patient is signed on as a SuperCare client and begins the Compassionate Release of Super (CRS) application process
- SuperCare contacts the clinic and requests the required support letter for the CRS claim
- GP signs the CRS form
- Application is reviewed and lodged with the ATO
- Standard assessment takes up to 10 business days from lodgment
- Application approved! Clinic notified and Super releases in 5-7 business days