Dental Program for Children with Ectodermal-Ectodactyly-Clefting and Ectodermal Dysplasia Syndromes
Provides treatment to patients with confirmed diagnosis of Ectodermal-Ectodactyly-Clefting Syndrome (EEC) or Ectodermal Dysplasia (ED).
Region of Administration:
Government / Department:
BC Children’s Hospital
Child must: be Canadian citizen, permanent landed immigrant and a resident BC with valid BC MSP card, and meet the patient population criteria, not older than 20 years at start of dental treatment.
Subsidizes the cost of the complex dental care (excluding orthodontic treatment) including prosthodontics care for young adults. Coverage subject to the availability of funds.
How it Works:
A child who has a complex cleft/craniofacial medical condition that requires significant dental intervention to achieve rehabilitation
may be considered on an individual basis depending on availability of funds. There will be a lifetime funding limit of $15,000 per patient for such patients.