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Nearly 2 out of 3 Medicare beneficiaries have not dental coverage

Nearly 2 out of 3 Medicare beneficiaries have no dental coverage. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, Medicare beneficiaries who went to the dentist in 2016 paid an average of $922 in out-of-pocket expenses. Why? Medicare doesn’t cover crowns, dentures, fillings and cleanings. But there are possible policy fixes that Washington should consider including adding dental coverage to Medicare Part B and creating a voluntary dental benefit. Read article here…


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