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Certain Cigna Healthcare Medicare Advantage plans may offer coverage for dental care.
If you don’t currently have a Cigna Healthcare Medicare plan with dental coverage, you can get more information by calling a licensed insurance agent at TTY Users: 711 24/7, or by requesting a free plan quote online.
While Medicare Part A and Part B (also called Original Medicare) do not cover most routine dental care, procedures or supplies, some Cigna Healthcare Medicare Advantage plans can cover certain dental care services, which may include:
The specific plan benefits, coverage and costs included in your plan will vary depending on which plan you have. Not all plans are available in all areas.
Cigna Healthcare dental insurance may help cover implants, depending on your plan.
For example, the Cigna Dental 1000 plan covers major services such as surgical implants with a $50 individual and $150 family deductible and $1,000 in benefits that can be used for things like implants, fillings, root canals and crowns in 2023. The plan also covers dentures or other prostheses that are used along with the implants.
Not every Cigna Healthcare Medicare plan covers dental implants or other restorative services, so be sure to talk with a licensed insurance agent about plan benefits before enrolling.
Some Cigna Healthcare plans may not cover dental implants but provide a spending allowance that may be used to pay for qualified health care services, which may include dental implants.
Cigna Healthcare Medicare members may search for dentists in their area using the company’s online search tool to find dentists by specialty, name or facility. Visit hcpdirectory.cigna.com to use the Cigna Healthcare provider lookup tool.
Cigna Healthcare members may also use their myCigna online portal or mobile app to find nearby dentists that will accept their Cigna Healthcare Medicare Advantage plan.
You may also request a printed directory of Cigna Healthcare dental providers.
Data from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services shows that Original Medicare beneficiaries pay an average of $874 out of pocket on dental costs per year.2
A Medicare Advantage plan from Cigna Healthcare that offers dental coverage can help you save money on your out-of-pocket dental care costs.
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