Original Medicare does NOT cover long-term care, dental and vision. That is where supplement plans come in. But be careful, there are often rules and restrictions around these supplemental benefits. Sometimes, plan marketing
materials can even make it seem that it offers additional services, when these services are actually covered by Medicare. If you are comparing Medicare Advantage Plans, practice being an informed consumer to avoid being enrolled in a plan that does not meet your needs or expectations. If you sign up for a plan after being told that certain services were covered, but later receive a denial because those services are not covered, you may have experienced potential enrollment fraud. To read more, click here.


Sources: SMP resource center