While Medicaid is a popular resource for adults with low income, there are many other programs that offer free or low-cost dental care, reports Medicare Interactive. These options include free and reduced-cost dental car... More »

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Get free dental work through dental schools, government-sponsored programs, free clinics and local dentist associations. Dental care becomes even more important as individuals advance in age. This is because the teeth be... More »

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Free dental care is available at local health department clinics, charity clinics and dental schools. Services are free to individuals and families who meet residence and financial qualifications. Those whose income does... More »

Medicare will not cover dental care that is needed primarily for the health of an individual's teeth, such as routine checkups, cleanings or fillings. Medicare may pay for a tooth extraction as preparation for a medical ... More »

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Medicare insurance plans do not provide coverage for most dental care procedures, according to CMS.gov. This includes preventative care, fillings, extractions, surgeries and other dental procedures and supplies. More »

As of 2014, Medicare does not cover most dental care, supplies or procedures such as cleanings, fillings, dentures, tooth extractions, dental plates or other dental devices. Medicare Part A does pay for certain dental se... More »

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Fill out an application for the Qualified Medicare Beneficiary program by calling a local Medicaid office to obtain rules for the Medicare Savings Program in your state, according to Medicare Interactive. Each state has ... More »