Does Medicaid Pay for Braces for the Teeth?

Answer

Medicaid is a government-provided health insurance for people who can't afford insurance on their own. Medicaid does not pay for braces for the teeth. Since there are some differences between state programs, it is possible that one state might make exceptions if the treatment is considered medically necessary.
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