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Will medicare cover a chipped tooth?

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In brief: Probably not

It will not cover routine dental services unless it is in the hospital or related to a systemic disease like cancer.

In brief: Probably not

It will not cover routine dental services unless it is in the hospital or related to a systemic disease like cancer.
Dr. John Van der Werff
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Dr. Stanley Siu
Dentistry - Cosmetic
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In brief: Probably not

Medicare does not cover routine dental care or most dental procedures such as cleanings, fillings, tooth extractions or dentures.
In rare cases, medicare part b will pay for certain dental services. In addition, medicare part a will pay for certain dental services that you get when you are in the hospital. Some medicare advantage plans may include dental benefits.

In brief: Probably not

Medicare does not cover routine dental care or most dental procedures such as cleanings, fillings, tooth extractions or dentures.
In rare cases, medicare part b will pay for certain dental services. In addition, medicare part a will pay for certain dental services that you get when you are in the hospital. Some medicare advantage plans may include dental benefits.
Dr. Stanley Siu
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