I am 68 with Medicare and Medicaid. I have dental difficulty lost two back teeth and one front tooth. What am I supposed to do with no money? - AgingCare.com

I am 68 with Medicare and Medicaid. I have dental difficulty lost two back teeth and one front tooth. What am I supposed to do with no money?

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Also contact your township or county officials to see if there is other help. In my area here in Illinois, our township has a van that goes around our community with dentists who work on low income folks. So check around beyond just Medicaid to see if there's other help available out there.
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The dentists who accept Medicaid are few and far between, but your caseworker should have a list of them. The one my husband used was excellent.
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Medicaid has dental coverage. Your best bet is to find a dental school near you, but you will be on a waiting list.
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Have you talked to your Medicaid case worker? I don't know how your state handles it, but Medicaid does cover dental care in my state.
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