Tooth loss and other dental issues are much more common than you may think. This can make it more difficult to eat, smile, and live a pain-free life. In addition, tooth loss can even affect the bone structure of your face. It is especially important to ensure that you are getting the most comprehensive coverage possible when it comes to all of your healthcare needs.
Although dental care is rarely covered under Original Medicare Parts A and B, many Medicare
Advantage, or Medicare Part C, plans include some sort of dental coverage. These plans are offered
through private insurance carriers. As such, they often combine Original Medicare Part A and Part B
benefits into one comprehensive plan. In addition to this, Medicare Advantage plans may offer even
more benefits, including dental services such as: