Question: Will Medicare Pay For My Dentures?

Original Medicare does not cover dentures.

In general, Medicare does not cover any routine dental care, including cleanings or check-ups, and never pays for dentures.

Certain Medicare plan options offered by private Medicare-approved insurance companies — such as Medicare Advantage plans — might offer dental coverage.

Does Humana cover dentures?

Humana’s Preventive Plus dental PPO plan can make dentures more affordable while encouraging the preventive treatment that can help keep your teeth and gums healthy. Our preventive coverage offers low deductibles and no copayments, and does not require a dentist selection.

Can seniors get free dentures?

To qualify for free dentures through local professional or charitable organizations or through government insurance programs, an individual should be uninsured, meet the low- income requirements or be over 65 years of age.

Does Medicare or Medicaid cover dentures?

Alternative ways to pay for 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.

What Dental is covered by Medicare?

Original Medicare (Part A and Part B) covers hospital and medical insurance but does not generally include coverage for routine dental care such as dentures, cleanings, fillings, and extractions.