A common question from potential clients is “will Medicare pay for dental?” While there are plans available that offer dental coverage such as implants, Medicare Part A and Part B doesn't cover certain benefits, such as dental. If you only have Original Medicare (Part A and Part B), you’ll need to pay for these dental costs out-of-pocket.
For better dental coverage you will need a Medicare Advantage Plan. These policies enhance Original Medicare coverage (Part A and B) and are sold by private companies. Medicare Advantage Plans help pay some of the remaining health care costs such as dental services.
As Seniors, it’s important for us to pay attention to our oral hygiene. It is highly underrated but goes much further than just fresh breath. Good oral hygiene is the number one way to prevent gum disease, a condition afflicting nearly half of American adults according to a study by the American Academy of Periodontology.
Although these numbers are serious, there are an increasing number of studies linking the inflammation of gum disease with other conditions such as diabetes, stroke, heart disease and cancer.
Based on this information, you can see how important it is to your overall health to have a plan that provides good dental coverage. There are numerous plans available each offering different dental coverage, so it’s important to choose the right one.
Where to start? As seasoned Medicare specialists for Las Vegas and Henderson, Nevada we will research options so that you can comfortably choose the right plan to meet your specific dental needs.
Our services are FREE as we are paid by the insurance carriers to assist you.
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PLEASE NOTE: The Medicare Annual Enrollment Period (AEP) runs from October 15th to December 7th. During AEP it’s a very busy time for ALL insurance agencies, therefore we suggest you call or make an appointment TODAY.