Have questions about dental implants and your options? Call today to schedule a free dental implant consultation, (303) 214-9195.
If you have dental insurance coverage, it might cover part or all of the cost of dental implants.
To find out exactly how much your dental insurance plan will pay for implants, we can submit a pre-determination of benefits to your insurance company. We can do this after you come in for your free consultation, when we know what will be involved in your implant procedure.
In the meanwhile, if you would like to learn more about your dental insurance coverage, you can check with your human resources department and/or read through your policy.
When it comes to potential out-of-pocket costs and what you may have to pay for dental implants, here’s what you should be looking for:
Deductible On Your Dental Insurance Plan
You’ll want to check your insurance plan to see what your deductible is. This is the amount that you’ll need to pay at the start of each benefits year, before your dental insurance kicks in.
Co-Pays Required By Your Dental Insurance Plan
With implants, most dental insurance plans require a co-pay, which is the percentage that you’ll need to pay (e.g. 20% or 50%). Check your plan to see what percentage of the cost of dental implants will be covered by your insurance.
Maximum Amount Of Dental Coverage Per Year
Most dental insurance plans have a cap on what they’ll pay out in a benefits year (which is typically tied to the calendar year). We can help you plan your dental implant procedure(s) to make the most of your insurance benefits.
Cosmetic Procedures Not Covered By Dental Insurance
If the dental implants you’ll be getting are classified as a “cosmetic” procedure, they may not be covered by your dental insurance plan.
Pre-Existing Conditions Not Covered By Dental Insurance
If the need for dental implants is classified as a “pre-existing condition,” they might not be covered by your dental insurance plan.
Waiting Periods For Dental Insurance Coverage
Some dental insurance plans impose a waiting period before you qualify for reimbursement on certain procedures, such as dental implants.
It’s important to make note that your medical insurance might cover part of the cost of the dental implant procedure, the bone grafting, for example. Also, if you need dental implants as a result of an accident or injury, your car insurance, medical insurance and/or homeowners insurance may pay for the cost of the implants.
If you don’t have insurance and/or need help paying for your portion of the cost of dental implants, we offer dental financing, and we also accept Visa and MasterCard.
If you have additional questions about insurance coverage for dental implants, please call (303) 214-9195, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Our dental office is in the Lowry neighborhood, near 6th Avenue and Quebec. If you live or work in Stapleton, Mayfair, Park Hill, or east Denver, you’re near us.