As you get older, your need for dental, vision, and hearing insurance becomes more important.
The unfortunate truth is, our vision and hearing begin to fade as we age and our teeth can decay.
Routine exams as you age are paramount. However, if you are on Original Medicare, Medicare does not cover these things.
That’s why a dental, vision, and hearing plan is necessary. They’re an affordable addition that protects your quality of life and health. Without one, you’ll be responsible for the expenses of routine exams, dental fillings, eyeglasses, and hearing aids.
Does Dental, Vision, and Hearing insurance have a network?
No! These plans can be used anywhere as long as the doctor accepts the plan.
What does dental insurance cover?
Dental insurance covers routine cleanings, deep-root cleanings, cavity fillings, root canals, bridges, crowns, and dentures.
Cleanings and exams are important as we age because poor dental health can lead to digestion problems and, potentially, worse.
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What does vision insurance cover?
Vision insurance covers routine eye exams, glasses, and contact lenses. Regular eye exams are important as we age so doctors can find and treat common problems such as cataracts and glaucoma early, which can significantly reduce the issues arising from these diseases.
What does hearing insurance cover?
Hearing insurance covers hearing exams and hearing aids.
As you get older, this will be coverage you need as nearly 25 percent of all seniors 65-74 suffer disabling hearing loss. That number jumps to 50% after 75.
Medicare doesn’t cover everything
If you elect to stick with Original Medicare, you’ll pay all costs for:
- Most routine dental procedures and services
- Hearing aids and their fitting appointment
- Vision exams
These costs can be very expensive. You’ll likely be surprised how affordable dental, vision, and hearing insurance is. Give us a call today and we can find you a plan to best fulfill your needs.