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In most cases, your Original Medicare benefits parts A and B will not cover dental care, meaning you could be responsible for paying 100% of the cost. Luckily, Humana makes getting this coverage convenient with our all-in-one Humana Medicare Advantage plans, which covers your routine dental care such as cleanings, exams, and X-rays along with everything Original Medicare Parts A and B cover. You’ll even get access to additional benefits, services, and savings, at no extra cost when you choose a plan that offers these benefit.
How to enroll?
If you decide this option is right for you, we offer two convenient ways to enroll… online or over the phone. If you choose to call, also ask about our supplemental benefit plans, which you can add on to a new or existing Medicare Advantage plan to provide even more coverage for more advanced or complex dental procedures.
Monthly plan premium
How is premium $0
Humana can make this plan available for a $0 premium because the federal government pays us a flat fee to provide your Medicare benefits. We are able to add extra benefits because our plans are structured to help keep healthcare affordable.
Maximum annual out-of-pocket protection
Deductible for in-network medical services
Prescription Drug Deductible
Prescription Drug Coverage
SilverSneakers® Fitness Program
For assistance with plan selection,
call a licensed Humana sales agent at
Medicare Advantage plans, or Medicare Part C, are plans offered by private insurance companies that combine all the benefits of Original Medicare Parts A and B, and often may include other benefit options like Part D prescription drug coverage, dental and vision coverage, and other extra benefits, all for a single monthly plan premium.
A licensed Humana sales agent can tell you how much your medications will cost on each plan and help you find a right Humana plan that fits your needs.
A licensed Humana sales agent can help you find an in-network doctor or confirm your doctors and specialists are in-network.
Have your red, white and blue Medicare ID card available when you call to enroll. Also helpful would be a list of your current medications, and the names of your doctors, if you would like to see if they’re covered under the plan.