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Dentistry

If you need a dentist, please contact the information desk at the Department of Dentistry for an appointment. You must pay cash for a consultation. Remember to check whether dental care is included in your insurance package. If it is, ask for a receipt in order to get a refund from your insurance company later. If you are here for a long period of time and need a simple check-up be aware that you will be placed on a waiting list, meaning that it may take a couple of weeks before you get an appointment. However, you will be given an appointment immediately for emergency dental care.

Insurance

Non-EU/EEA citizens

If you belong to country group II, III or IV you will have to pay your dentist bills yourself (often in cash) unless your insurance policy has a special clause relating to dental care. AON insurance does not cover dental costs unless there is an emergency. In order to be eligible for a refund you must be able to prove an emergency situation existed by supplying proof in the form of a declaration from your dentist or General Practitioner.

EU/EEA citizens

If you belong to country group I or IA and are insured in your own country under a national health service that also covers dental costs your treatment will be refunded according to the terms and conditions of your own insurance.

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Department of Dentistry (in Dutch: Centrum voor Tandheelkunde en Mondzorgkunde)

  • Antonius Deusinglaan 1
  • 9713 AV Groningen
  • Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Friday 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Appointments by tel. + 31 (0)50 363 75 05*
  • Emergency telephone number (only after 5 p.m.): +31 (0)50 535 03 70

*Note: Answering machine is only in Dutch! When you call you will get the options menu. Do not hang up, you will be automatically connected to a receptionist.

Laatst gewijzigd:07 december 2015 13:38