Arlington Heights
1020 S. Arlington Hts Rd
Arlington Heights, IL
(847) 749-4340
Harwood Heights
4709 N. Harlem Ave
Harwood Heights, IL
(773) 801-7171
Chicago Pilsen
1719 W. 18th St
Chicago, IL 60608
(312) 767-2009
Rockford
5051 E. State St.
Rockford, IL
(815)-918-4427
Burbank
7820 S Cicero Ave
Burbank, IL 60459
(708) 391-5220
DeKalb
2335 Sycamore Rd
DeKalb, IL 60115
(815) 756-5200
Algonquin
272 S Randall Rd
Algonquin, IL 60102
(847) 658-4907
Chicago-Bucktown
1654 W. North Ave
Chicago, IL 60622
(312) 767-2088
Colorado Springs
1750 Telstar Dr #100
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
(719) 596-3138
Littleton Colorado
9200 W Cross Dr #426
Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 972-2898

If your child has Medicaid, also know as Medical Card, Public Aid, State Dental Insurance, it might be hard for you to find out if braces or other orthodontic work are covered in your state. It might be even harder to find an orthodontist who accepts Medicaid  insurance. Our hope is that this website will help you find qualified and experienced orthodontists who can provide orthodontic treatment for your child. .

Straight teeth will make your child more confident and self-assured. In addition good dental health is important for your child’s overall health. Properly aligned teeth aid in chewing and digesting food, and reduce tooth wear. In addition, straight teeth improve ease of cleaning and help maintain healthy gum and bone around the teeth.

Does Medicaid Cover Orthodontic Work Such as Braces?

Despite what you may have heard, many states provide orthodontic coverage such as braces for kids insured under Medicaid program.  If your child is covered by Medicaid or by any other type of public health insurance plans, he or she might be eligible to get braces at no cost to you.

Medicaid coverage for braces or other orthodontic work varies greatly from state to state. Some states might cover braces only while other states might also cover early interceptive orthodontic treatment such as expanders or headgear. In some states qualification requirements are very strict and only kids with severe jaw discrepancies will qualify for orthodontic treatment. Whereas, in other states, pre-approval criteria is less stringent and even kids with moderate problems such as crowding, underbite and overbite will qualify.

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This information is only intended to help you learn about Medicaid coverage for braces in your state and help you find an orthodontist that accepts Medicaid for braces. Please note that the information on this website might not be up to date and completely accurate because every state updates their orthodontic coverage constantly. Please make sure to verify the details about Medicaid braces coverage with your local Medicaid office or a local orthodontist that takes Medicaid.