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What are the eligibility requirements for receiving outpatient dental treatment through Veterans' Administration (VA)?  
Outpatient dental treatment through the Veterans' Administration (VA) relates to statutory eligibility granted to veteran beneficiaries, such as former Prisoners of War (POWs), those with service connected dental conditions related to trauma, etc. There are six classifications of eligible dental outpatients, most of which authorize treatment for service connected compensable dental disabilities or conditions, treatment determined by VA to be currently aggravating a service connected medical condition, treatment for veterans whose service connected disabilities have been rated at 100 percent or who are receiving the 100 percent rate by reason of individual unemployability, and treatment for veterans if the dental condition is clinically determined to be complicating a non-service connected medical condition currently under VA treatment. Other restrictions apply. Consult your VA Medical Facility representative for additional information on dental care.
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