Medicare does not pay for dentures, according to the Medicare website. It does not cover the majority of dental services, such as cleanings, fillings and tooth extractions.Continue Reading
Medicare covers some dental procedures if they are necessary for a person's overall health, states Medicare Interactive. For example, Medicare covers surgery required for jaw fractures. Medicare also covers complications from dental procedures. For instance, Medicare covers an infection that sets in after a tooth is pulled, requiring a person to get treatment.
Some Medicare Advantage plans provide for regular dental services, including dentures, notes Medicare Interactive. These plans frequently require a monthly premium and co-payments for office visits.Learn more about Insurance