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Tongue breakers and rhymes for children

At around 5 years of age, many children develop a preference for tongue twisters and rhyming. At this age, children can express themselves well and feel safe in their main language, so they start to actively play with the language themselves. Even the much younger ones like rhymes. Just think of the numerous children’s books, songs and knee riders that we, as parents, grandmas, grandpas, aunts or babysitters, read from the beginning or sing and play with children. In contrast to the younger children, preschool children try to rhyme themselves or to invent funny sayings. They also discover the world of jokes and begin to recount or invent them themselves.

Christina Cherry

Future for children of the world e.V..

Help for poor children, orphans in Cambodia and Myanmar (Burma), school, education, accommodation

Annual report 2019

I was on a project visit to Myanmar and Burma for three months. I’ve seen a lot of poverty everywhere, but I’ve also seen so many happy faces. So here is the report:

The students at the Sankt Aloysius Gonzaga Institute

Education – the central issue, especially in developing countries.

Future for children of the world e. V. attaches great importance to the well-founded education of the children we support. Meanwhile, more and more are graduating from high school. But what’s next? In Myanmar, the study places are regulated by the state. Most students study the specified subject at the distance learning university, because either the final results or the costs do not allow a regular study at the university. There they have to study full-time at the relevant university for two months each year (October and November). They spend the remaining 10 months at home or, with luck, find a low-paying job. After their studies, they are generally there as before, unemployed.

Christina Cherry

Supplementary dental insurance for children: benefits and costs

Supplementary dental insurance for children: sensible protection?

Supplementary dental insurance: Optimal coverage for children

Most associate dental insurance with reimbursement for dental prostheses – for children, this will generally not be the motivation of the parents to take out dental insurance. The trigger is rather the fear that the health insurance company will not pay for orthodontic treatment and that the parents will have to bear the cost of braces, often of a few thousand euros. Here, as in many other cases, it makes sense to take out additional dental insurance. But the children’s tariffs also provide extensive dental treatment and prophylaxis and relieve the parents’ budget.

Christina Cherry

Dental supplementary insurance for children, best provider 2020

Dental supplementary insurance for children: Top tariffs I test & comparison

A private dental supplement insurance for children is a useful addition to the services of the statutory health insurance.

It is important when choosing the tariff that the tariff focuses on the benefits in such a way that reimbursement of treatment costs that often occur in childhood. Orthodontic treatments in particular occur frequently up to the age of 18 and are often associated with high costs. Here, in particular, we focused on the selection of tariffs below.

A private dental supplementary insurance supplements the services of the statutory health insurance, protects against high additional payments and in many cases also covers the costs of higher-quality treatment options.

Christina Cherry

Supplementary dental insurance for children, 100% for orthodontics

Child Dental Insurance: Find the best dental insurance

Supplementary dental insurance for children offers two main advantages: It offers financial protection because the costs of treatment in orthodontics can quickly be between 2,500 and 6,000 euros. The second aspect is our children’s dental health and beauty. Dental supplementary insurance for children is an investment in the future, because your child will have something of healthy and beautiful teeth for a lifetime! You will find different tariffs with us, so that you will find the best supplementary insurance for your child that optimally covers your requirements.

Christina Cherry

Supplementary dental insurance for children

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Test winner and “Most Popular Statutory Health Insurance Fund”

Thats what our customers say

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  5. When is dental insurance worthwhile??
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Supplementary dental insurance for children

With additional dental insurance for children, parents no longer have to pay for certain treatments at the dentist or orthodontist. Such insurance makes sense because almost every second child has a misaligned tooth.

For this reason, orthodontic treatments are among the most needed health services for children and adolescents. If the malposition is particularly serious, the statutory health insurance companies pay for such an intervention. The orthodontist determines the severity using the orthodontic indication group.

Christina Cherry

A dental insurance for the whole family

If you are looking for family insurance for treatments at the dentist, you will quickly find that there are no special offers for it. The reason for this is: for private health insurance, each insured person poses their own risk and the contribution is always calculated per person. In contrast to the statutory health insurance, there is unfortunately no free co-insurance for children or partners with dental supplementary insurance.

This is even an advantage for you, because the differences in the necessary treatments in adults and children are very large. Personal dental insurance ensures that everyone only pays for the services they use. For example, in children, orthodontic treatments can leave large holes in the mothers and fathers’ household budgets. In contrast, in adults, this type of care is very rarely necessary. For the parents, tooth-preserving measures are primarily necessary, such as services for professional tooth cleaning, dental treatment and high-quality dentures. Since there are only a few dental insurance policies that offer excellent benefits for both children and adults, we recommend that you split the search.

Christina Cherry

Supplementary dental insurance for children

Supplementary dental insurance for children is useful to protect yourself from the high costs of orthodontic treatment. Because roughly every second child has a malalignment of the teeth that needs orthodontic treatment.

Statutory health insurance only pays for such treatment if there is a pronounced malposition. And even then, the health insurance company reimburses only 80 percent of the costs for basic medical care.

Which building blocks are important?

Good dental insurance for children covers a large part of the cost of treatment at Orthodontists – even with slight misalignments. The insurance should also cover dental treatments and professional tooth cleaning (prophylaxis) come up.

Christina Cherry

Teeth change in children – from milk teeth to permanent teeth

The change of teeth usually takes place between the ages of 6 and 12. During this time, the bit is made up of still existing milk teeth and new permanent teeth. Between the ages of 16 and 24, the wisdom teeth break through the gums. In this article we would like to explain how this change takes place and which teeth break through and when.

Why is there a tooth change?

The change of teeth tries to adjust the relationship between jaw size and tooth size as well as the number of teeth during a person’s strongest growth phase. As the jaw changes during this growth phase, the balanced relationship is lost, which is thus restored. The milk teeth fall out in different phases of the tooth change and the new teeth appear.

Christina Cherry

Dental care for children: healthy teeth right from the start

As soon as the milk teeth appear, the right nutrition and dental care can create the basis for healthy teeth. DAK-Gesundheit pays the costs for the check-ups in children.

DAK-Gesundheit pays the prevention costs?

The cost of preventive check-ups at the dentist for infants and toddlers is borne by your DAK health.

The milk teeth are fully developed in children at the age of two, but the first tooth in the mouth (at around six months) is already susceptible to tooth decay. Dental prophylaxis is therefore a must for children as soon as the first tooth is visible in the oral cavity. Because: If damage to the milk teeth occurs, this often has ramifications for the permanent teeth. So take the annual checkups for the little ones.

Christina Cherry