Jan 24, 2012 - 3:49 pm
Someone here, some time ago, posted or responded to a post that they managed to get dental care covered by their medical insurer.
I visited ENT Man (ToothDude was concerned about ulceration in the oral cave but ENT Man proclaimed it non-cancerous and probably long-term radiation effect) and he said that if I could get more information about how to get medical to cover dental, he would be interested in knowing as well.
Because of trismus (mouth doesn't open as wide as it did before cancer) I have to see an oral surgeon, sometimes for xrays (panoramic xrays, they are called) and certainly for tooth extractions, since I need to be sedated.
My dental insurance is great for work done by ToothDude, but not so great for work done by an oral surgeon.
Any ideas greatly appreciated.