Short answer: yes, we recommend that you get dental, vision, and hearing coverage. Dental, vision, and hearing insurance is an important addition to your Original Medicare Parts A and B coverage. Why? Because Medicare does not cover your typical dental, vision and hearing exams and expenses, nor does Medicare Supplement insurance.
Don’t put off your preventive checkups and normal health care for your teeth, eyes, and ears! Here are just a few benefits of this important coverage:
- Affordable premiums, as low as $31 a month
- Use your own provider, or choose one from the optional PPO Network
- Guaranteed issue, there is no underwriting or stress about being approved
- Covers two dental cleanings per year, plus glasses, contacts, hearing aids, and exams
- Also covers endodontics, root canals, periodontal surgery, bridges, crowns and dentures (Covered after one year, 60% paid per policy year)
Our dental, vision, and hearing coverage is the perfect add-on for your Medicare and Medicare Supplement insurance coverage. Don’t worry about routine dental, vision and hearing exams! This gives you the peace of mind to know that wherever you go, and whomever you use for your dental, vision, and hearing needs, you have some protection in place.
The plan also includes a 30 day free look period. Take 30 days after you receive your policy to review your coverage. If for any reason at all you decide it is not what you had in mind, just return it. You will promptly be refunded your premium.
What Do I Need To Know About Dental, Vision, and Hearing Coverage?
Download the brochure to learn more about this important additional coverage.
This policy pays for covered expenses, based on the contracted fee for Participating Dentists and the Reasonable and Customary Charges for Non-Participating Dentists, up to the policy maximum.
Nothing on this website should ever be used as a substitute for professional medical advice. You should always consult with your medical provider regarding diagnosis or treatment for a health condition, including decisions about the correct medication for your condition, as well as prior to undertaking any specific exercise or dietary routine.