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Affordable Dental Implants?

You might assume that dental implants are financially out of reach
but with the right dental savings plan, you can save 20-25% on the cost of dental implants!


Learn How to Get Affordable Dental Implants!

Typical Cost of implants
Average cost of an endosteal dental implant*
$2,441

Dental insurance typically covers the first $1,000-$1,500. The rest is up to you.

With a Dental Savings Plan you could pay $1,815

You can save $626 depending on which savings plan you choose.

Types of Dental Implants

An endosteal implant is surgically implanted into the jawbone, and the replacement tooth/teeth are attached to an abutment that is fixed to the implant. Mini implants are about 1/3 of the size of a traditional implant, are not inserted into the bone, and are usually used to stabilize lower dentures. A mini implant costs $1,500 or less.

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Just How Much Can I Save on Dental Implants with a Dental Savings Plan?

Use our calculator below and see how much you can save!

Dentists recommend 2 cleanings, 2 check-ups and 1 set of x-rays per year. We're so confident that your plan will pay for itself*, we will refund your money if it doesn't. Some exclusions apply.


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Why Are Implants So Expensive?

Dental implants are a complex surgical procedure. Dentists performing the procedure should have special training or be an oral surgeon, prosthodontist or other type of dental restoration specialist.

And it’s a multi-step process; you’ll need x-rays, an assessment of the condition of your jawbone and gums, and possibly a bone graft. After the implant is inserted and healed, then an abutment, which protrudes above your gum line and connects the implant to the replacement tooth/teeth, is screwed into the implant. After all that is done, your replacement tooth or teeth are attached to the abutments. Dental implants should last a lifetime.

Does Dental Insurance Cover implants
Does your dental insurance cover implants?
Dental Implants Are Affordable with Dental Savings Plans!

Dental implants are still not considered medically necessary (you don’t need implants to successfully restore missing teeth), so they are classified as a “cosmetic” treatment. Most insurance plans do not cover cosmetic dental procedures. So, your insurance may cover a portion of the cost of a replacement tooth, but not cost of the implant or the procedure.

And even if you are insured, yearly spending limits (usually $1,000-$1,500 annually), restrictions on coverage for pre-existing conditions, and waiting periods for restorative care may result in you paying out-of-pocket for much of the implant treatment.

It’s much easier—and much less expensive—to get implants when you’re a member of a Dental Savings Plan. Many Dental Savings Plans provide discounts of 20-25% on dental implants. There are no annual spending limits or restrictions regarding care for dental problems that you already had when you joined the plan, so your savings are real.