5 Responses to “What insurance will cover dental implant?”

  1. CDA~NY says:

    Implants are expensive, that’s for sure….

    Dental insurance companies don’t usually cover any of the fee for implants, but they do cover some of the cost of the crown that’s put over/on it.

    Beware if/when you do get dental insurance, some companies have a mandatory waiting period for prosthetic work…

    If you’re eligible, AARP has a decent plan with Delta Dental, and the premiums are decent.

  2. prarierosebud says:

    I don’t think you will find an insurance that covers implants.

  3. absent farmer says:

    I work at a dentists office. For the most part you are on your own with the implant but most insurances will pay up to half on the crown that goes on it. So far, 2 insurances have paid a small amount on implants so times are changing-Educators mutual and pehp(there were some strict stipulations, though).

  4. KCGirl1972 says:

    Metlife recently changed their policies to include implants in for major.

  5. Juanita says:

    Here is some info that may help you. It’s an affordable dental discount plan for your entire household with savings up to 80% for only $19.95/ month. This also covers cosmetic dentistry. The package includes dental, vision, prescription, and chiropractic services.

    Here is the website. Check it out. http://www.Deliveringonthepromise.com/JRogers

    All the best.


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