Veterans Affairs (DVA)
Frequently Asked Questions
The Veterans Affairs (DVA) program is a government-funded program that provides healthcare benefits to eligible veterans and their families.
The DVA program covers a range of dental services for eligible veterans, including routine dental checkups, cleanings, fillings, extractions, and dentures.
Eligibility for the DVA program is based on a number of factors, including the veteran's length of service, discharge status, and service-connected disabilities. Eligible veterans can apply for DVA benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs.
You can find a dentist who accepts DVA benefits by searching the DVA dental provider directory on the Department of Veterans Affairs website. You can also contact your local DVA office for assistance with finding a dental provider.
To receive dental care under the DVA program, you will need to bring your DVA identification card and any other relevant documentation, such as your dental treatment plan or prescription medications. You may also need to provide your dental provider with your medical history and any relevant medical records.
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