We partner with most dental insurance providers, such as Aetna, Delta Dental and Metlife, to get as much of your care covered as possible. We do not accept Medicaid.
Access Dental Network
Aetna (DMO and FOP)
AmeriplanAmeritas Life Insurance Corporation
Basix Dental Discount
BCBS of IL
Delta Dental of IL
Dental Benefit Providers-United Healthcare
Dental Directory Services
Dental Health Alliance (DHA)
DenteMax Preferred Provider Network
DNOA - Dental Network of America
Guardian Life Insurance Company
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company
Premier Dental Network - Discount
STL Dental Plan
Uni-Care Inc - Discount Plan
UniCare PPO 100 200 300
United Concordia Companies, Inc.
Zelis - Formerly Maverest Dental
Get the smile you need at a price you can afford with the team that’ll put you first.
Yes. Depending on your dental insurance provider and the insurance plan you selected, your implants could be covered partially or in full. Plus, for any treatment costs that your insurance won’t cover, we’ll help you obtain trusted and secure third-party financing so you get the care you need at one low monthly payment.
We do not accept Medicaid.
No two smiles are alike, and neither are insurance plans. Some insurance policies list dental implants as cosmetic procedures, which can limit your coverage options. There are, however, cases when dental insurance picks up a portion of your procedure, like the post and abutment placement, which can cover 45% of the total cost. So, in short: it primarily depends on your plan.
Available implant coverage also varies based on the need for treatment as well. The following are instances are common causes for patients to get implants and if they’re likely to be covered under insurance or not:
Likely to be covered:
Current natural teeth are causing medical issues
You’ve experienced trauma to your teeth
An accident leading to missing teeth
Less likely to be covered:
The average price of an implant-supported arch at Aspen Dental is between $6,800.² Your personalized care plan, however, can determine the exact cost of your procedure. Factors include:
How many dental implants you need
The type of prosthetic teeth used
How many teeth need replacing
If you need extractions prior to your implants
²Disclaimer: Price displayed is average price paid by patients nationwide for selected implant.
Planning for dental care and dental implants begins with the dental insurance plans and employee benefits available to you. To ensure you have the coverage you need for your new smile, consider these factors when selecting your employee benefits or dental insurance policy:
If your employer has a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA), enroll in it and select contributions that reflect your medical budget and needs
If your employer has insurance plans that offer strong coverage and a low annual deductible, and you know you may need more in-depth dental care or dental implants, consider electing into this coverage. In doing so, when you meet your out-of-pocket expenses with your deductible, your insurance will cover your care needs more fully
Time your care plan so that your deductible is met and your insurance program kicks in when you are ready to move forward with dental implants
If you don’t have insurance coverage yet, explore your options with the Aspen Dental Savings Plan. With our in-office plan, we make care affordable for your budget with:
An affordable fee of $39 per year
20% off dental implant treatments
Up to 30% of most dental services
Free exams and x-rays
Works with our third-party financing so your care is covered
How quickly your dental insurance can cover your dental implants is dependent on whether or not you’ve met your annual maximum. If you haven’t met with an Aspen Dental team yet, you can check to what portion of your dental implants your policy will cover and confirm that you haven’t met your annual maximum. Your annual maximum is the amount your insurance plan will pay for dental care in a year. Additionally, any pre-existing conditions, like missing teeth prior to coverage, may impact your insurance usability.