1. Peggy MacePRO
    President and Senior Agent, Outlook Life, Most of the U.S.
    Medicare does not usually cover tooth extractions. There are some exceptions, including extractions done to prepare for radiation treatment, extractions done as part of treatment for disease or reconstruction from an accident, or possibly extractions involving bones of the jaw and mouth. In these cases, Medicare Part B may cover the extraction.
    Answered on June 27, 2013
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    Adrienne Ruffin
    Financial Advisor, Unlimited Potential Financial Services, LLC, Birmingham, Alabama
    Medicare doesn't cover regular tooth extractions. It will cover some dental procedures do to an accidental injury or extractions done in preparation for radiation treatment for a diseased jaw.
    Answered on October 14, 2015
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