We understand the cost of dental implants, whether a single one or a full mouth, may seem like a large investment. EON Clinics accepts a wide variety of payment options, making it as easy as possible to pay for your implants.

1. How Can I Pay For Dental Implants?

To make it convenient to pay for dental implants, we offer several payment methods. The following payment types are accepted in all five of our locations:

If you have questions about any of these payment options, don't hesitate to call us at 855-827-4032.

2. Are Dental Implants Covered by Insurance?

Though certain dental insurance plans do reimburse portions of the implant procedure, Medicaid, Medicare, and state/county insurances (such as BadgerCare and CountyCare) do not cover dental implants. Private dental insurance plans may cover certain aspects of your procedure such as anesthesia, tooth removal, and bone grafting. Occasionally insurance plans may cover a larger portion of the procedure. It’s best to contact your dental insurance provider or discuss this during your free consultation.

3. What Insurance Covers Dental Implants?

If you are interested in using your insurance to pay for your dental implant procedure, we can contact your specific insurance company during your consultation and inquire if dental implants are an elective they cover. Please be advised, if you have dental implant insurance you will receive your coverage in the form of a reimbursement.

4. Can I Finance Dental Implants?

Patients who qualify for financing can receive a whole new smile before making a single payment.

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If you want to read about financing before your consultation, you can visit the LendingClub, CareCredit, Alphaeon, and Proceed Finance websites.

*For LendingClub and CareCredit only. Rates for Alphaeon may be higher.

Learn More About the Cost of Implants

Download this informative e-book that will help you better understand the costs of dental implants as compared to other treatments. You'll feel more informed as you consider your options.