Golden rule dental care will be covered for residents under the Golden Rule dental insurance program.
Insurance companies will be able to cover the cost of the services provided under Golden Rule insurance plans through 2020.
The Golden Rule plan will cover the services and treatments required to maintain dental health and reduce the likelihood of infection in people over age 65.
The plan will allow dental insurance companies to charge patients for dental work they have previously done.
The plan will also allow insurers to charge the insured for a period of time after a patient has been seen by a dental hygienist, as long as the patient is able to pay.
Under the Golden Rules, dental care is covered for people over 65.
People over 65 will be eligible for dental coverage when they have lived in their home for less than 12 months, according to a press release.
Insurers will also be allowed to offer dental care to individuals with pre-existing conditions.
People with pre or current conditions will not be covered.
People who have had a dental accident or injury will not receive dental coverage.
In a statement to CNN, the Golden rule Health and Human Services Department said it had taken the action to ensure that dental care covered under Golden Rules is appropriate and meets the needs of residents.