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SoonerCare Dental

SoonerCare helps protect the smiles of many of Oklahoma’s children. We also cover limited dental services for adults.

Below you will find more about our program. There is also advice to keep teeth bright and healthy.

What We Cover

  Dental services
   Children under 21 Adults 21 and Over

SoonerCare Traditional and Expansion Adult

Preventive (dental cleanings and fluoride), Restorative (silver and tooth colored fillings), Full and partial dentures, Extractions, Root canals and Crowns Preventive (dental cleanings and fluoride), Restorative (silver and tooth colored fillings), Full and partial dentures and Extractions
     
SoonerCare Choice Preventive (dental cleanings and fluoride), Restorative (silver and tooth colored fillings), Full and partial dentures, Extractions, Root canals and Crowns Preventive (dental cleanings and fluoride), Restorative (silver and tooth colored fillings), Full and partial dentures and Extractions

 

*Please note: The list of providers does not guarantee appointments as provider offices may have an age restriction or may not be seeing SoonerCare members at this time.


Do you need help getting to your dental appointment? Find out how SoonerRide can get you there!


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Healthy Dental Habits

  • Healthy diet
    A healthy diet leads to a healthier mouth. Eat less sweet and sticky foods. Eating more fruits and vegetables help fight cavities.
  • Dental hygiene
    Ask your dentist to show you the best way to brush and floss. Do this at your regular checkup.
  • Dental checkups
    SoonerCare pays for many dental services. This includes checkups, fluoride treatments, x-rays and more. We recommend that a child should have a first dental checkup no later than the first birthday.
  • Dental emergencies
    We all want our kids to be free of pain. That is why SoonerCare pays for emergency exams. We also pay to pull bad teeth when needed to stop pain or infection.
Last Modified on Apr 22, 2022
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