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Dental plan

Employees of Concordia university please click here to access Cspace, the intranet.  All the information for employees is now located on Cspace, the intranet for faculty and staff.

Students: Undergraduate and graduate students can learn about the Concordia Student Health Plan through the "Student Care" website.

No matter where you’re going in life, there’s nothing like a bright smile to make a good impression.

The Concordia Dental Plan helps you obtain—and maintain—good, strong teeth by paying a portion of your dental care… and your family’s, too.

While the plan covers many services and procedures, there are some exclusions and limitations.

Health & Dental Plan coverage for temporary residents - 21-day travel restriction

If you are a temporary resident holding a work permit please take note of the following travel restriction regulation:

  • If you leave the province of Québec temporarily for a period of more than 21 consecutive days you will no longer be covered under the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec (RAMQ) for the duration of your absence, retroactive to the day of your departure. You are obliged to advise the RAMQ of any absence of more than 21 consecutive days.
  • As you are no longer covered under the RAMQ your coverage under the Concordia Health and Dental plans cease for the duration of your absence, retroactive to the day of your departure
  • This regulation applies whether you are travelling on vacation or on university business

We therefore strongly recommend that you secure personal private insurance for yourself and your dependents, if applicable, when leaving the province of Québec for more than 21 consecutive days. To ensure you secure appropriate personal travel insurance, it is necessary to mention the citizenship of the passport under which you are travelling as well as all the countries you will be visiting during your travels

Be sure to speak with Desjardins Financial Security if you expect major dental expenses or if you are unsure whether or not the plan covers a specific expense.

Highlights

Current coverage
Annual deductible $50 per person
$100 per family
Preventive services, restorative services, endodontics, periodontics and major surgery reimbursed at: 100%, checkups once every 6 months
Major restorative services reimbursed at: 50%
Orthodontic services reimbursed at: 50%
Maximum reimbursement
  • $1,750 per covered individual, for all services (except orthodontics) rendered in a benefit year
  • $2,500 per covered individual, for all orthodontic services rendered in a lifetime

Please refer to the Eligible expenses section of the intranet (Cspace) for a list of various covered expenses under each type of service as well as the Exclusions and limitations section.

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