The Military Veteran


Typically, unlike the medical care offered to many veterans, the VA does not have a set dental plan for most. However, there are the few lucky individuals who are eligible for free service that includes diagnostic, surgical, restorative, and prevention procedures.

Am I eligible?

If you served for more than 90 consecutive days, and if you were recently discharged from the military within the past 90 days, and you did not previously receive dental care within the 90 days prior to your discharge, apply through the VA for a one-time dental visit. Even if you do not feel there is a problem, it doesn’t hurt to have a check up to be sure your teeth are in good health. In civilian life, many corporations offer limited dental insurance, if any at all.


You qualify for ongoing dental care if:

For More Information:

Contact your nearest VA office by calling 800-827-1000.

* While The Military Veteran strives to keep the most up-to-date information, we can not guarantee the complete accuracy of such provided. All data utilized has been gathered through research of the Department of Veterans Affairs and other government agencies.
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