Examples of SOUND NATURAL TEETH in a sentence
Sound Natural Teeth means teeth that are whole or properly restored and are without impairment, periodontal or other conditions and are not in need of the treatment provided for any reason other than an Accidental Injury.
Dental treatment, except: For accidental Injury to Sound, Natural Teeth.
ExclusionsInjuries to teeth that are not Sound Natural Teeth are not covered.
As used in this provision, accidental injury means an injury to Sound Natural Teeth as a result of an external force or trauma resulting in damage to a tooth or teeth, surrounding bone and/or jaw.B. Conditions and LimitationsBenefits are limited to Medically Necessary dental services as a restoration of the tooth or teeth or the initial placement of a bridge or denture to replace the tooth or teeth injured or lost as a direct and sole result of the accidental bodily injury.
Sound Natural Teeth means teeth restored with intra- or extra-coronal restorations (fillings, inlays, onlays, veneers, and crowns) that are in good condition; absent decay, fracture, bone loss, periodontal disease, root canal pathology or root canal therapy and excludes any tooth replaced by artificial means (implants, fixed or removable bridges, dentures).