Dentures are covered under most 'standard' dental insurance plans, but will have a replacement limit. If you have current dental insurance, call your insurance company (the number is usually printed on the back of your card). Ask the customer service representative if you have "major" coverage or "prostetics" coverage. If they confirm that you do, you also want to ask the percentage of coverage and the replacement limits. Most standard plan will pay for 50% of the allowance up to your program dollar maximum once per 5 or more years. The "allowance" is the amount allowed by your dental plan. Example, your dentist charges $1000 for a full set of dentures, but your insurance company may only allow $600. If you have 50% coverage and see a participating dentist your plan would pay $300 and you would pay $300. The participating dentist would adjust off the remaining amount up to their charge. If you do not have major coverage or do not have dental insurance, your best option is to call a local, reputable insurance agent. Similar to buying auto or home owners insurance. Most agents sell insurance products for major insurance companies. You can pick up a dental insurance plan for a nominal fee (United Concordia Companies, Inc. based out of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is currently one of the best). Medical insurance will not cover dentures under almost all circumstances. Auto insurance will not cover dentures under most circumstances. If you are in an accident and severly injure your face or mouth area, it is possible to get the auto insurance to pick up the cost. But don't count on it.
Dentures are something that is generally covered under your Health Insurance policy.
no animals are not covered property under HO policy
Your insurance may cover dentures depending on the policy. Medicare does not cover dentures.
Dentures are covered under most standard dental insurance plans, but may have replacement limits. The easiest way to find out if you have this plan is to call your insurance company or provider.
Dentures are covered through ones dental care plan
Yes a RIFLE can be covered under insurance
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.
No, but it may be covered under your dental insurance plan.
Depending where one is located one could have dentures covered or parcially covered by a medical plan or insurance plan. Also, if that is not an option many dentist offices can work out a payment plan that will be affordable.
no insurance but i need a price for upper dentures
no its not covered by Ontario health insurance plan
No. It covered under a motorcycle policy.
If you have insurance on a car anyone who you give permission to drive the vehicle is covered under your insurance. This is normally covered when insurance companies ask if there will be any other drivers for the vehicle.
No. Any loss must be due to a covered cause in order to collect on a claim. Loosing something is not a covered cause. Sorry.
If your driver's license expires will you still be covered under your auto insurance policy?
Their activities are covered under the employers insurance.
Probably not unless you had the dentures listed as scheduled property on your policy. If you have dental insurance you may have coverage there for lost or broken dentures.
No, But it might be covered under your home warranty.
The best way to find out would be to call your insurance company and ask about your benefits. Your dentist may also be able to help you find out what is covered.
It depends on the terms of your insurance, but most are, or should be.
Additional information is needed, particularly about the type of insurance with which you are concerned.
It depends on your insurance policy
I need dentures so I was wondering if my Ameritas insurance also covers dentures.