State policies vary with regards to coverage of dentures for Medicaid recipients. Some states establish an annual monetary cap for denture benefits, while others limit denture benefits to certain populations, such as ind... More »

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Medicaid has both mandatory and optional government-subsidized services, according to its official website. An example of a mandatory benefit is an inpatient hospital stay, while clinic services would be an optional bene... More »

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Some insurers pay a portion of the cost of dentures if they are medically necessary, but the amount is usually limited to about 15 to 50 percent of the total cost, according to CostHelper. Humana, for example, offers dis... More »

"Medicare & You" is a handbook that summarizes Medicare benefits, options for coverage, and the rights and protections granted to Medicare recipients. It also provides answers to questions people frequently ask about Med... More »

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As of 2012, Medicaid covers dentures in 37 states, and 29 of them do not require a copay, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Each state determines the dental benefits it provides to its adult Medicaid recipients,... More »

Medicare covers the cost of a colonoscopy every 120 months for recipients not at risk of colorectal cancer, or once every 24 months for recipients who have a high risk of the disease, notes Medicare.gov. Medicare covers ... More »

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Medicare Part D is the prescription drug plan for Medicare recipients. It went into effect in 2006, subsidizing the cost of prescription drugs. This plan can be used with Medicare as well as some other types of insurance... More »

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