2.5 million Indian children are under the care of private insurance companies that offer insurance for oral health.
How does a family make ends meet?
It is a complicated story, with both parents working, working part time, working long hours and often living in a single room.
In some cases, there are no doctors available and only family doctors are available.
Many families are also forced to take on loans for the dental procedure, including the cost of a new car.
This, combined with the fact that the dental services are not available in the local language and culture, makes for a difficult balancing act between family budgets and the need for dental services.
What if I want to save money but can’t afford to buy a car?
The family can still use a car or other vehicles.
But many of the vehicles have limited range and are often out of commission.
How long will I have to wait for a car to arrive?
In the case of cars, the waiting time can be up to a year or more.
For the rest of us, there is the longer-term issue of the insurance coverage.
How do I find a private insurance policy?
It can be tricky to find a policy, especially in India where there is no central plan to insure all Indians.
To find a suitable policy, the family can look at online portals such as the Indian Health Insurance Scheme or the Indian Insurance Corporation (IIC) which are available in almost all states.
These websites will allow the family to get information about dental plans and insurance providers in the country, and will allow them to compare the plans offered by different insurers.
If the family is in the UK, they can also visit the British Dental Association to find out about dental coverage.
Where can I get dental treatment?
If you have a serious medical condition, a family doctor or a private dental practice can be a lifeline for the toothache.
They can treat your teeth in the comfort of your own home.
But there are many other options available, including hospitals, private clinics, private dentists and specialist clinics.
Do you have to buy insurance for the surgery?
Yes, but it depends on the size of your family and how much you need to pay.
Most Indian families who are covered by insurance pay a maximum of Rs 2,000 per person.
However, a small number of families who can afford to pay out of pocket may not have to worry about the insurance.
Will I be covered by the Indian Medical Council?
Most insurers have started offering the Indian government a joint insurance scheme called the Indian Medicinsurance Act (IMA).
This is similar to the one offered in Britain and Canada.
Under the IMA, Indian citizens can have insurance for medical expenses, including dental and medical services, as long as they pay the full premium.
This is for the whole family, not just the children.
The Indian Medical Advisory Council (IMAC) is an advisory body that provides advice to the government on insurance issues.
It is made up of representatives of government departments and other stakeholders, as well as professional dentists, dentists of Indian descent, dentistry specialists, pharmacists, doctors of dentistry and other medical practitioners.
The IMA offers a range of services including private dental clinics, dental offices, medical tests and dental care.
The IMAC also offers a comprehensive national scheme called IMI-M, which covers all dental services, including emergency treatment and rehabilitation services.
It also covers medical and dental visits and dental tests for Indian citizens who are abroad.
How much do I have insurance?
Insurance is usually available for between Rs 50,000 and Rs 100,000.
This includes the first year of coverage.
However, some insurance plans, such as Indian Medicines insurance, offer extended period of coverage of up to two years.
Who pays the premium?
A typical family will pay between Rs 4,000 to Rs 5,000 for their dental plan.
If the family needs to buy the car, they may have to pay up to Rs 3,000 more for the car.
The family is not required to pay the premium for dental treatment, however, if they have any health conditions, they will need to cover them.
The child-only policy will cover the cost for the procedure, which is between Rs 3.5 lakh to Rs 4 lakh.
Does the IMI cover the costs of the dental treatment or do they have to cover it themselves?
The Indian Medicininsurance Regulations (IMR) say that all patients and parents have to have their health conditions covered by an insurance plan.
IMR covers all medical and surgical expenses, dental treatment and the costs for the treatment of dental diseases, including gum disease, cavities and ear infections.
This means that even if the child has not yet had a tooth pulled, it is covered by IMR.
The policy will also cover any other