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Old 03-08-2005, 04:56 AM   #1
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Fellow military retirees. Do you use the TRICARE dental program and have you had any trouble locating providers while on the road. Any general comments on claims?
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Fellow military retirees. Do you use the TRICARE dental program and have you had any trouble locating providers while on the road. Any general comments on claims?
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I use it. No problem finding a dentist. Haven't had anything done but cleaning and exam every six months so far.

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We have not used the dental yet, I still get it from work. The medical cant be beat for price , on Doctor visits or maintenance drugs.
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