More than half of older Americans say they have not been to the dentist in the past year, and they cite cost as the top reason. But can putting off dental … Read More →
Oral Health America (OHA) has published a national report examining factors impacting the oral health of older adults.
Currently, more than 55 million older adults access healthcare services through Medicare; however, they are limited when it comes to accessing oral health. Original Medicare does not cover routine preventive … Read More →
While many of us look to help our aging parents, one aspect of care that is often overlooked is dental care. Medicare does not cover non-emergency dental care, and other … Read More →
In 2017, OHA will continue to build the network and infrastructure necessary to move toward the eventual inclusion of an oral health benefit in Medicare.
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Oral Health America (OHA) has published a new report examining factors impacting the oral health of older Americans. A State of Decay, Vol. III is a state-by-state report of the oral health of its 65+ population and the success or failure of states to address those needs.
Did you know that Medicare does not include a dental benefit? If you plan to retire soon, add this item to your to-do list: a visit to the dentist before … Read More →