Does Medicare Offer Dental Coverage? AARDY Insurance Marketplace

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Medicare customers can be confused with how dental coverage is obtained. AARDY Insurance’s Medicare Dental Guide offers guidance as to the options available.

Some Medicare Advantage (Medicare Plan C) plans include regular dental maintenance. And, some of these programs even offer these benefits for $0/month premium. ”

— Jonathan Breeze

MIAMI, FL, USA, October 14, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — AARDY is the nation's fastest Medicare Insurance Marketplace.

Medicare customers are understandably confused with how dental coverage is obtained. AARDY Insurance’s Medicare Dental Guide offers guidance as to the options available to Medicare customers.

AARDY CEO Jonathan Breeze commented:

Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) does not cover regular dental appointments such as examinations, cleanings, dentures, bridges, or crowns.

Because of this, Medicare customers would pay for the entire cost of their routine dental work out-of-pocket, unless they had alternative dental insurance.

Whilst many Medicare customers have Medicare Supplement plans, these plans are not permitted to offer additional coverage such as dental or vision.

However, for Medicare customers who choose to take Medicare Advantage, there is better news.
Some Medicare Advantage (Medicare Plan C) plans include regular dental maintenance. And, some of these programs even offer these benefits for $0/month premium.

For folks who are currently enrolled in Medicare Part A and Part B, they may be eligible to switch to Medicare Advantage during the Annual Enrollment Period which runs between October 15 and December 7 each year.’

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Jonathan Breeze
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