Medicaid is a state-funded program that may assist adults in obtaining denture or extraction services.
Not all states cover these services, and not all affiliated Affordable Dentures practices accept Medicaid insurance.
Does Medicaid cover dentures?
Medicaid: Dental services and dentures may be covered by Medicaid in your state. These plans typically cover oral exams, cleanings, X-rays, fillings, and other preventive dental care. Plans may also help with some of the costs for oral surgery, implants, and dentures.
Does affordable dentures take insurance?
While most practices do not directly file insurance claims, you save money by filing the claim yourself. Since the Affordable Dentures fees are so low, the total cost for the services is frequently less than the co-pay you are required to pay to your insurance carrier if you go to another dental practice.
How much do partial dentures cost without insurance?
Here is the average cost of a set of dentures, according to Animated-Teeth: Complete conventional dentures: $1275-$2750 for upper or lower dentures (not both). Complete immediate dentures: $1475-$3150 for upper or lower dentures (not both). Cast-metal partial dentures: $950-$1900 for upper or lower dentures (not both).
Where can I get help paying for dentures?
The federal government provides assistance through clinics for eligible individuals. They also offer free grants to needy individuals to help pay for dentures. Medicaid or Medicare can help with dental costs, but may not provide denture coverage. For more information, check with your state office.