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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:


SoonerCare Traditional

SoonerCare Choice


   Children under 21 Adults 21 and Over Children Under 21 Adults 21 and Over

Dental services


Cleaning twice a year, X-rays,
fillings and crowns
Emergency extractions Cleaning twice a year, X-rays,
fillings and crowns     
Emergency extractions


*There is no dental coverage under SoonerPlan.


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


Meet Your Dentist

Dr. Karen Luce
Dental Director
Oklahoma Health Care Authority

Prior to joining OHCA in 2020, Dr. Luce was an assistant professor at The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Dentistry. She has over 10 years of clinical experience in both private practice and with the Cherokee Nation. Dr. Luce completed a D.D.S degree in 2001 and a Master of Public Health degree in 2019. She is a member of both the American Dental Association and the Oklahoma Dental Association.

SoonerCare Dental Videos

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.

Dos and Don'ts

Keep teeth in top shape with these helpful tips.

Last Modified on May 05, 2021
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