Medicare can be the answer to your dental needs.

Medicare can be the answer to your dental needs if you are Medicare eligible and you have an existing medical issue that is causing problems to your overall health. 

Medicare does not usually cover general dentistry procedures such as cleanings and fillings. However, if you have an infection or another condition that is impacting both your oral and physical health such as bone loss or pain while chewing, Medicare may cover a portion of your out-of-pocket costs. 

Dr. Gary Green is one of only 1% of U.S. Dentists certified to treat Medicare patients. In our office, Dr. Green can conduct a thorough examination to determine whether your oral health needs require a medically necessary intervention. This program could potentially save you thousands of dollars. Call for a free consultation. 973-228-0252.

Learn more about our Medicare program on our website under MEDICARE PROGRAM

Michelle Bivins Michelle Bivins Michelle has been a part of Dr. Gary Green's marketing team for nearly 3 years. With a background in advertising and healthcare marketing, she is a welcome addition to Dr. Green's team. In addition to assisting with the website, Michelle is Dr. Green's publicist writing press releases for the many community outreach activities Dr. Green participates in from the Caldwell Street Fair to his dental seminars at senior centers throughout West Essex county. Many of Dr. Green's outreach activities have been chronicled in the local newspapers. Michelle also writes and sends out electronic newsletters to Dr. Green's patients, the local media and community members. Michelle has established a strong presence for Dr. Green on several social media platforms including facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. With the addition of blogging, Michelle hopes to tackle those questions that patients would like to ask and highlight some of the popular trends in dentistry.

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