Getting Free Dentures: Is this Possible?

However, since there are just too many people struggling without proper money or dental insurance, many choose not to undergo any kind of dental treatment.

You should not give up everything that easily, but instead explore all the available options. It is possible to get dentures for free.

Here are some of the best tips to help you discover ways through which you can get free or discounted dentures:

1. Most of the insurance plans do not offer coverage for dentures, but children under 21 years of age might be eligible to get dentures through the Children’s Health Insurance Program, known shortly as SCHIP. You can get more precious information by contacting the Centers of Medicaid and Medicare Services.

2. Check out all the possibilities for receiving grants.

The grants differ from one state to the other, but the best thing about them is that you do not have to pay anything back. If you are offered a grant, you just go to the dentist and get the dentures for free, and the dentist will receive the payment for the work done through the grant. For senior and disabled citizens, plenty of grants for dentures are available through the National Foundation of Dentistry for the Handicapped (NFDH).

3. Check out the neighboring dental schools.

Patients who receive social security, those who are retired ort living with a disability might be able to get free dentures through the local dental schools. The dental work is performed by students under the close supervision of certified dentists, so there is nothing that you should worry about regarding the quality of the dental treatment.

4. Charities – local nonprofit organizations offer many times financial help to people who cannot afford to get the dental work they need.

As you can note, there are plenty of possibilities available, you just need to do a thorough research in prior. Dentures do not really represent an emergency treatment, so you can take all the time that you need in order to research carefully your options.

Even if you cannot manage to get 100% free dentures, you might be eligible for certain discounts, especially through the dental schools or even at the dentist.

  • Marielaina Perrone DDS

    It is possible. Check all your local resources whether it be charity, dental schools (students need patients to practice on), and form relationships with local healthcare partners.

  • Mike Gorrono

    I’ve lossy of
    Y teeth I’ve only 7 in top which 6 of them are rotten at gum line and same goes for the bottom I’m have a hard time chewing my food and sure don’t want to be with no teeth can u find me some help I live on SSDI at 1060 a. Month plus take care of my son not no money to buy some