There are various assistance programs that vary from state to state, so you may want to contact your state dental society to see if there are programs in your area.
Another possible source of lower-cost dental care is a dental school clinic. Generally, dental costs in school clinics are reduced and may include only partial payment for professional services covering the cost of materials and equipment. Your state dental society can tell you if there is a dental school clinic in your area.
Locate individual state health assistance programs - See the Related Link belowAnswerLook into state assistance. They have coverage for unemployed people, most of the time. If you have the money to pay for the dentist, a lot of dentist will see you if you pay cash. AnswerEvery person has a heart. If you are unemployed and you ain't got a medicard, just have enough humility to go to a dental office and ask the senior dentist if she could treat you for no professional fee. Maybe some will say no....but there will always be one who will accept your plea.
If you qualify for medicaid then you can get free or low cost dental care from dentists who accept medicaid. Also, some counties have dental clinics that are low cost and can even be free for some qualifying individuals.
Basic dental care, yes.
Medicaid normally does not cover the cost of a dental implant. It is usually able to cover only basic dental care. Medicaid coverage is different in each state so it is best to check coverage options based on where you live.
If you need help paying for dental care, apply for Medicaid at the welfare office in your county. You'll need to provide proof of income for everyone that lives in your house. If you qualify for Medicaid due to pregnancy or disability, you'll need to provide documentation from your physician.
The easist way to do this is to get Medicaid. In order to do that, you'll need to be making no more than 150% of the federal poverty level (~$15000/yr for one person).
The federal program created in the 1960's which provides medical care to the poor and indigent who qualify is called Medicaid. Medicaid is a social program that was created in 1965,
To some extent. Call Medicaid and find out. There are many free places to receive this care though. In our area we have Marquette dental college. You may wish to check local dental colleges, they are always looking for people.
Check with Medicaid, but in Oklahoma I believe you can pay a relative all assets for caregiving to qualify for medicaid
The "Obama Healthcare bill" is not yet in it's final form. But in the house and senate plans there is no direct coverage of dental care. In some versions of the bill, medicaid funding may be increased and indirectly this may increase funding for medicaid covered dental treatments.
Medicaid provides medical care for indigent persons under age 18 and their parents, persons over age 65 and those permanently and totally disabled. Unemployment, in itself, does not make one eligible for Medicaid.
If this is referring to Medicaid, the process of "spending down" is usually undertaken in order to qualify for Medicaid assistance with paying for long-term care in a nursing home.
Yes as long as you can provide proof of Income Support or Jobseekers Allowance