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Because dental insurance is usually acquired as part of a job benefit package, most persons lose their dental insurance coverage when they retire. In some states, Medicaid provides limited dental coverage for routine dental care for low income and disabled elderly persons.

Medicare, on the other hand, does not cover routine dental care for older adults, but provides a few, very limited services considered to be “medically necessary.” With only 22 percent of the adults 65 years and older covered by private dental insurance in 1995, most dental care expenses for the elderly were paid out of pocket.

This website offers affordable low cost dental insurance that will greatly help with dental care cost. Take a moment to review our dental insurance plan options and call member services if you should have any questions at 310-534-3444 M-F 8-4. We are always happy to help you with any of our dental insurance plan options.

2 Responses to “Medicare Card, Seniors Dental Care and Dental Insurance”

  • Georgiana Serigny Gibbs says:

    I need a replacement Card for Medicare and my Dental Plan

  • admin says:

    To learn more, visit Medicare.gov/newcard. If you can’t or prefer not to use the online service: Call us at 1-800-772-1213 (TTY 1-800-325-0778), Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.; or. Contact your local Social Security office

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