March 12, 2017

Get Dental Work Before You Retire

The Squared Away Blog, an excellent source of information, explains that many retirees lose dental insurance provided by their employer when they retire. Medicare doesn't cover most dental care (except for some Medicare Advantage plans). On average seniors pay about $1,100 for dental work. Many low-income seniors go without care while some use the option of going to Mexico for more expensive dental work. For more info on why pre-retirees should take full advantage of any denatl insurance before they retire, see: http://squaredawayblog.bc.edu/squared-away/get-dental-work-before-you-retire/

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