Private insurer PNB MetLife India Insurance Co launched a dental health insurance scheme on Monday.
It is the first insurance scheme in India that covers fixed-benefit outpatient expenses and provides financial assistance for overall dental health-related costs, the company said in a statement.
This launch reinforces PNB MetLife’s leadership in the industry with this unique, stand-alone dental health insurance plan that covers major dental procedures without the hassle of hospitalization, he said.
PNB MetLife’s new dental plan will help customers manage their dental health and ensure they don’t have to dip into savings or cut back on essential expenses to make room for dental care .
To provide convenience to its customers, PNB MetLife has partnered with more than 340 dental clinics, he added.
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