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Surprise! Medicare doesn’t include Dental (and other) Coverage - The Union-Recorder

The Medicare world can be a tough one to navigate, with so many different options available. There’s “original Medicare,” which is Part A (hospitalization coverage) and Part B (coverage for outpatient services). Original Medicare doesn’t provide dental or vision coverage, but Medicare Part C, which is a “Medicare Advantage” plan which replaces original Medicare typically does. While this may sound attractive financially, with Medicare Advantage plans the devil is in the details, as explained in this GA Union-Recorder article‘s “Ask Toni” column.

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