Health Cover

At Bupa, we benefit from being part of a secure, international family that provides health and care services in more than 190 countries and draw upon our local and international experience to provide Australians and New Zealanders with high quality health and care services, support and advice. Oral health is one of the cornerstones of overall health, but it’s an area that’s often neglected. Tooth decay is the most prevalent health problem in Australia, affecting nearly 50% of Australian children by the age of 121, while Australian adults lose 3 million hours of paid work or study each year due to dental issues.2

In fact, 90% of all tooth loss is due to tooth decay and gum disease conditions that are largely preventable with the appropriate care.2

At Bupa everything we do is for the health of our customers. We re-invest back into improving the quality of health and care services that we believe will benefit our members most. We believe this is the only way to truly put you first.

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1 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Chrisopoulos S & Harford JE 2013. Oral health and dental care in Australia: key facts and figures 2012. Cat. no. DEN 224. Canberra: AIHW.

2 Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Harford JE & Islam S 2013. Adult oral health and dental visiting in Australia: results from the National Dental Telephone Interview Survey 2010. Dental Statistics and Research Series no. 65. Cat. no. DEN 227. Canberra: AIHW.

* Fund and policy rules, waiting periods apply. Child dependants only. Excludes orthodontics and hospital treatment. Available on all family packages, Ultimate Health Cover, Silver, Gold and Platinum Extras when taken with hospital cover on a family membership.

^ For most items when treatment is provided by a Members First provider. Fund and policy rules, waiting periods and yearly limits apply.