Average costs dental care per person under the Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) from 2009 to 2017, by age
(in euros)
Costs dental care per person under Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) 2009-2017, by age
This statistic shows the average costs in dental care per person under the Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) from 2009 to 2017, by age (in euros). The Dutch health insurance system as it is now was introduced in 2006 and combines elements of both public as well as private insurance. It is mandatory to have at least a basic health insurance (in Dutch: basisverzekering) when you work in the Netherlands, because healthcare is funded through taxation of income. In 2017, dental care for someone from the Netherlands between zero to 20 years old would cost 114 euros per year on average.
Average costs dental care per person under the Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) from 2009 to 2017, by age
(in euros)
0 to 20 years old20 to 40 years old40 to 60 years old60 to 80 years old80 years or older
2017* 1145164743
2016 1106185447
2015 1075195546
2014 1035205847
2013 955195742
2012 975216142
2011 884236443
2010 9422226039
2009 8819216138
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Source

Release date

October 2019

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

2009 to 2017

Special properties

* the figure provided is provisional; The average is calculated by dividing the total costs by the amount of people who can get the healthcare, whether or not they actually received it; No numbers are available from before 2009. The Zvw, the law that covers the mandatory health insurance in the Netherlands, came into effect in 2006.

Costs dental care per person under Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) 2009-2017, by age
This statistic shows the average costs in dental care per person under the Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) from 2009 to 2017, by age (in euros). The Dutch health insurance system as it is now was introduced in 2006 and combines elements of both public as well as private insurance. It is mandatory to have at least a basic health insurance (in Dutch: basisverzekering) when you work in the Netherlands, because healthcare is funded through taxation of income. In 2017, dental care for someone from the Netherlands between zero to 20 years old would cost 114 euros per year on average.
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