JEM

We're sorry but we aren't very knowledgeable about either Medicare or Medicaid, although our first impression would be that what you've been told is correct.

We're under the impression that dentistry is (sometimes/possibly) covered if a case can be made that it directly relates to a medical need. It would be the patient's dentist or doctor who would typically initiate that type of request of benefits. It's likely that you've already talked to the people who would know about that possibility.

Using a different tack, we have a page that describes different types of assistance/clinics that people sometimes qualify for. Here is the link to that page.

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