Most seniors struggle to find specific types of dental insurance to accommodate their dental needs. They need coverage that dentists and other oral specialists are going to accept, and coverage that won’t break the bank. We know that a senior’s dental problems probably won’t match those of a 16-year-old needing braces or a child prone to cavities. One-size-fits-all definitely doesn’t apply when it comes to dental coverage, so we’ll find a senior dental insurance plan individually catered to your primary dental health concerns.
Our plans offer a wide variety of affordable coverage options. We understand that cost is a key consideration for seniors, so we offer dental plans that take every budget into account. Many of our plans include discounts on services such as cleanings, fillings, crowns, and root canals.
Your selection of dentists is important. Choosing the right dentist is important because you need to trust the person taking care of your teeth. For this reason, we’ll ensure that you find a plan with a long list of dentists to choose from. Our affordable senior dental insurance PPO plan will offer benefits from any dentist of your choice while offering additional coverage when you see dentists within the network. Either way you’ll save.
Good vision is important at any age. But vision can become more of a problem as people age, so you may find yourself becoming more dependent on optometrists and ophthalmologists as you get older. Senior vision plans will take away the worry by offering coverage options for eye exams and corrective eyewear.
Routine visits to eye doctors are highly important to maintenance of good overall health. Your vision health is actually an indicator of the condition of other parts of your body. Poor vision could be a sign of diabetes, hypertension, and even high cholesterol. Regularly scheduled eye exams provided through senior vision plans can help keep you healthy.
Older adults usually suffer from presbyopia, otherwise known as “old eyes.” The condition is natural weakening in visual ability and can be managed with corrective eyewear like glasses or contacts. If your eyes gradually worsen as time passes, you’ll need to update your prescription on a regular basis. A senior vision plan will help you through all of this by providing coverage for contacts, frames, and any kind of lenses that are prescribed for you.
Hearing impairment affects a vast number of people over the age of 65. Fortunately, we live in the age of hearing aids, which do wonders by compensating for impaired hearing.
Costs associated with hearing aids are the main focus of every senior hearing plan. That’s a good thing because Medicare won’t pay a cent toward these costs, and neither will the various Medicare supplement insurance plans.
You need a specialized plan when it comes to your hearing health. Paying for hearing aids on your own can be extremely expensive, often costing in the range of $1500 to $4000. Having to repair and replace these devices can leave you spending more and more money simply to continue to experience the joys of hearing and communicating. With this in mind, our senior health insurance specialists will help you sift through a variety of senior hearing plans to find the one that will meet your particular needs and cost considerations.
Dental, Vision and Hearing Insurance Covers What Medicare Doesn’t
Dental, vision and hearing insurance is an important addition to your Original Medicare Parts A and B coverage. Why? Because Medicare does not cover your typical dental, vision and hearing exams and expenses, nor does Medicare supplement insurance.
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