If you lose your Medicaid, before or after enrolling in a Medicare Advantage plan, it provides you with an opportunity to get other coverage. The new coverage will not afford you complete coverage from cost-sharing like you are used to when you had full Medicaid, but many of the Advantage Plans will still provide you with some additional benefits without having Medicaid. Some plans will still offer Medicare Advantage benefits like hearing aids, preventive and comprehensive dental services, vision services, home-delivered meals, home health care, over-the-counter products, and even the Medicare Part B giveback. These benefits and more may still be available to you based on the area you live in.