Above you will find all Texas Medicare Supplements (Medigap) available to seniors. Each insurance carrier is licensed by the Texas Department of Insurance.
As you may know, Medicare Supplement insurance pays the deductibles, coinsurances and various copayments that are not covered by Original Medicare. The premiums we show are true samples from within TX collected within the past 12 month period. Your premium will be based on your personal situation. Use our rates to find the insurance carrier with the lowest prices, then get a quote.
More Medicare Supplement Tips
If you are a new Medicare Supplement policy buyer and you're not fully versed on how it protects you from high medical bills, have a look through our Medicare Supplements Guide. All Medicare Supplement Plans in Texas are standard (Plans A through N). Only the monthly rates are different.
Medicare Advantage vs. Medicare Supplement
If you're like most seniors and need more coverage than your Original Medicare gives you under ObamaCare, and you can't afford a Medicare supplement, you have another great option. It's Medicare Advantage. Check out the Medicare Advantage Plans in Texas. Most Advantage plans also include prescription coverage and more.
For Full Coverage You Need Medicare Part D Plan and a Medicare Supplement
While you're looking at Medicare supplement plans, it's a good idea to shop for prescription coverage, too. Original Medicare does not cover prescriptions. However, you can enroll in one of the many Texas Medicare Prescription Drug Plans.
Medicare Supplements Don't Cover Dental
Unlike a Medicare Advantage plan, Texas Medigap plans can't offer coverage for routine dental care. The only time Original Medicare and your Medicare supplement insurance can pay for a dental procedure is when it is deemed medically necessary.
If you need dental coverage, your best option is to get dental insurance. MedicareWire catalogs dental insurance for seniors in Texas. In this catalog you will find both traditional dental plans and dental discount plans. Learn more on our Senior Dental Plans page.
Tips and Disclaimers
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 Sample premium is for a 65 year old, non smoking, woman living in Texas. The rate was accurate on date of publication. Rates change frequently and they are priced by county. You must contact a licensed agent to get a current rate for your situation.
 Review rating stars are derived from MedicareWire reviews on our Texas Medigap Plan Reviews page.
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