Al Shefa Polyclinic tied up with Seha to provide both dental and wider medical care. While free treatment will be provided for emergency and basic dental procedures, cosmetic work and tooth whitening will not be included in the scheme. Additionally, patients who require indirect veneers, tooth implants and orthodontic work will need to get pre-authorization from Seha and may need to obtain a second opinion to confirm that the work is medically necessary. For some work, where there is a cheaper option or a more expensive procedure, and the patient chooses to have the latter, Seha will cover costs up to QR5,000 per year. The patient has to pay 10 percent of the additional treatment cost over QR5,000. Qatari nationals who want to use Seha’s services should present their Qatar ID card when visiting a network provider and, during their first visit, provide details of their residential address.