Did you know that your Medicare Part B coverage may pay for medically necessary oral procedures?

Medicare Part B

Too many seniors 65 and older suffer from serious oral conditions that affects their systemic health and their quality of life. Medicare Part B may cover the cost of many of these procedures.  Covered procedures range from cancer screening, periodontal treatment to implant procedures and bone grafting which can restore normal eating ability. Also, procedures to achieve pre surgical dental clearance for hospital admittance can be covered as well. Sleep apnea conditions and temporal mandibular joint disorder (TMJ) may also be covered through Medicare.  

Schedule a consultation to see if you qualify.

Patients with Medicare Part B as part of their disability benefits also qualify for the same procedures regardless of age

PPO Health Insurance for Dental

Millions of Americans do not have dental insurance coverage and as a result go untreated for severe dental conditions. Most patients are unaware that their PPO health insurance may pay for dental procedures that are deemed medically necessary.  This applies to patients at any age who are covered with PPO health insurance. 

Schedule a consultation to see if you qualify.


What are dental implants?

They are tooth shaped devices that are implanted to mimic the roots of teeth and support an artificial tooth (crown). Implants are the closest to the look and feel of a natural tooth.

Types of Implant Treatment:

Implants can replace one single tooth, or multiple teeth as an implant-supported bridge, or they can support a denture (overdenture).

Who is eligible?

An evaluation is required to see if you qualify for necessary oral surgeries. Some PPO Health Insurances may also cover the treatment if medically necessary to improve your quality of life.

Schedule a consultation

Call (949) 350 8546 to schedule a consultation to see if you qualify.


What is Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person's breathing is interrupted during sleep. People with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times. This means the brain -- and the rest of the body -- may not get enough oxygen.

Who is eligible?

Typically Medicare Part B and most health insurances cover sleep disorder treatments.

What are the symptoms?

Waking up with a very sore or dry throat, Loud snoring, Occasionally waking up with a choking or gasping sensation, Sleepiness or lack of energy during the day, Sleepiness while driving, Morning headaches, Restless sleep, Forgetfulness , and mood changes.

Schedule a consultation

Call (949) 350 8546 to schedule a consultation to see if you qualify.

Dr. Michael D. Cooper

Dr. Cooper is a graduate of USC School of Dentistry in 1986. A native of Southern California, he attended UC Irvine and graduated in 1982 with a degree in Biological Science. He has been in private practice for over 30 years. He has completed advanced training in endodontics, oral surgery and implant procedures. With this capability he can offer complete restorative and surgical reconstructive care. Training in sleep apnea and TMJ therapy allows Dr. Cooper to offer rehabilitative care for these common conditions.

With advanced certification in laser, Dr. Cooper is able to perform a wide range of conservative and effective procedures. Certification and training in Invisalign allows him to provide the most comfortable orthodontics without braces. State of the art and high precision care is his utmost goal, utilizing sedation and comfort methods to help patients receive optimal care.

Dr. Cooper enjoys spending time with his family of four children and doing many activities. He enjoys biking, swimming, tennis and other outdoor activities. His family has been church members for over 20 years, and his children were home schooled for 12 years.

He looks forward to providing the very best care for you and your family.