It depends on the insurance. Your dentists office can call and check on it for you. Or when you sign up for it ask if it does. Most common insurance coverage for dentures is at least 50%. I believe that it should although all may not but i know a plan that would cover all preexisting conditions as well as dentures.
Highly unlikely. Homeowners insurance is "Hazard Insurance" designed to cover losses to your homes structure or contents, Typical covered perils are Fire, Wind, Hail, Falling Objects, etc. Dentures and other dental devices are typically covered under your dental policy or program. Unless you could establish that your dentures were damaged by Fire, Wind Hail etc, then there would be no coverage for dentures.
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