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Frequently asked questions
Who is eligible for the Early Release of Super for medical treatments?
All Australian citizens can apply for the early release of superannuation on compassionate grounds to help cover the cost of medical treatments.
Can I access my super for my dental treatment?
Yes, you can access your super for your dental treatment. Access My Super can help you or any of your dependants to access your super to help cover the cost of your dental treatment.
What type of treatment can I gain approval for?
Access My Super can help you access your super to cover the cost of a variety of dental and orthodontic treatments including braces, crowns, general dental, implants, orthodontics, periodontics and many more.
Can I use my super to pay for my children’s dental treatment?
Yes, you can help any dependants including immediate or non-immediate family member.
Are there any limitations on the amount of super I can withdraw?
No, there are no limitations on the amount of super you can withdraw. You are eligible to withdraw the amount required for your treatment as little or as big it may be.
I don’t have enough super; can I access another person’s super for my treatment?
Yes, you can access the super of your spouse, partner or other dependants to cover the cost of your treatment.
How long does the application process take?
It usually takes fourteen (14) days to get your Letter of Approval. We keep you up to date throughout the entire application process.
Let Access My Super help you cover your dental treatment expenses!
According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) in 2013; 10% of insured adults paid for all their own expenses out of pocket. Of these, approximately 19% reported that this caused a large financial burden. Furthermore, to this study;
People who avoided or delayed visiting a dentist due to cost Around one-third (32%) of people aged 5 years and over avoided or delayed visiting a dentist due to cost
People who reported that cost prevented recommended dental treatment Around 1 in 5 (20%) people aged 5 years and over who visited a dentist in the last 12 months reported that cost prevented recommended dental treatment
People stating dental visits were a large financial burden Around 1 in 8 (12%) people aged 5 years and over reported that dental visits placed a large financial burden on them
People who stated they would have a lot of difficulty paying for a basic preventive visit Around 3 in 10 (28%) people aged 18 years and over stated they would have difficulty in paying a $200 dental bill
At Access My Super we understand the importance of dental health and we’re here to help. Don’t delay your visit to the dentist. Let Access My Super help you cover your dental treatment expenses! Contact our friendly team today to see how we can help you access your superannuation to cover the cost of your dental treatment and get your bright smile back!