One of the most asked and misunderstood questions posed by adults in their 60s is the question of when to draw social security. However, the answer to that question for you depends on your own situation and circumstances, including when you hit full retirement, your work situation, your earnings, and even the longevity of your family history.
Apparently, Medicare does not believe that teeth are part of one’s body. Why do I say that? It is because Medicare does not provide dental coverage. So you will need to find dental coverage elsewhere.
Do you have to draw Social Security payments before being able to get Medicare? What is the connection between Medicare and Social Security? How do you qualify for Medicare and Social Security? This article clears up the confusion that exists regarding the connection between the two.