Any cosmetic dentist that take medicaid?

Any cosmetic dentist that take medicaid?

Any cosmetic dentist that take medicaid?


First of all, all dentists are cosmetic. Some dentists just say cosmetic to raise their prices and attract more people. Secondly, medicaid will not pay for a cosmetic procedure such as veneers unless it was deemed medically necessary and even then maybe not.


Medicaid is not going to give you veneers. Sorry. They will fix dental problems that are medical issues.



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