How to Claim 20% Tax Back on Your Non-Routine Dentistry

Claim 20% Tax Back on Dental Expenses

Med 2 Form – Patients be informed!!

Many patients are unaware that they can claim back 20% on most non-routine dentistry through a Med 2 Form. Simply ask us if your treatments qualify to claim your tax back and leave the filling out of your Med 2 up to us.

Why leave it unclaimed? It is your money for the taking!

Here is the list of the specific dental expenses you can claim tax back on below.

  • Crowns
  • Veneers
  • Tip Replacing
  • Post and Core Build ups
  • Inlays
  • Root canals
  • Periodontal treatment
  • Orthodontic treatment
  • Surgical extraction of impacted wisdom teeth
  • Bridgework

How to Claim Tax Back On Qualifying Dental Expenses

To claim tax back for non-routine dental expenses your dentist must complete a Med 2 Form which is essentially a receipt for your dental expenses.

You do not need to send your Med 2 to Revenue, but you should keep it in your records. You may be requested to provide it if Revenue need to check your claim.

You then claim the dental expenses by claiming health expenses as usual at the end of the tax year and supplying the figure for dental expenses.

For more information see the Revenue website or the Citizens’ Information website