Does dental insurance cover implants?
Does dental insurance cover implants? One of the most requested treatments by dentists are dental implants, but it is also the most expensive. So many people wonder if dental insurance covers them.
The answer is: it depends. Some dental plans cover a part of the treatment and others exclude it directly.
There are insurances, like most PPOs, that will cover just over 50% of the cost of the implants. On the other hand, you have to understand that most insurance plans have a maximum annual benefit. This can be anywhere from $1,500 to $5,000. If when needing the implant the patient has not spent said benefit, he may have greater coverage for his treatment.
Implants can usually cost anywhere from $1,500 to $3,000. To this must be added x-rays, anesthesia, and other associated treatments, such as bone grafts.
If you are thinking of implanting a tooth. The best thing is to speak with a Univista Insurance specialist and they will help you find the best plan to achieve this purpose. Does dental insurance cover implants?