Does medicare cover dental part or should I buy a plan for dental?
- Const. KingLv 71 month ago
In the state of CT we have a dental plan that we pay for on our own. My wife just got her teeth cleaned. The bill was $490, dental insurance paid $74. Guess who pays for the uncovered amount. That price is ridiculous just to get a cleaning. All they said was welcome to Corrupticut.
- 1 month ago
Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) will pay for certain dental services that you get when you're in a hospital
- 1 month ago
I have 2 looking for 3rd. Physcians Mutual my year will be up May 2020 for implants, crowns, dentures, yearly max is $2k. I have Met Life pays $50% for implants, bone grafts, extractions, dentures. I have dentures about 5 years ago. Hate them never wear them. dont do it.
- EvaLv 71 month ago
Medicare does not cover dental. Some advantage and supplement policies do. Weigh the cost of the insurance against what you think your annual expenses will be. It often doesn't pay much toward expensive procedures and you have to have been paying premiums for a year before they'll cover anything major.
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- BillLv 71 month ago
You should get a dental plan.
- ajtheactressLv 71 month ago
Rules vary by state. Check with your state office medicare.