+What sort of dental insurance is accepted?
Saberton Denture & Implant accepts:
OHIP currently does not cover any fees for dentures.
+Will Saberton Denture & Implant accept payment from insurance companies?
Yes! We understand how difficult it can be to come up with extra money. If you have dental insurance or coverage, we’ll collect directly from your insurance company, saving you the hassle of making the payment.
+What’s the first step in getting insurance to pay for dentures?
If you happen to have private dental insurance, or are on Ontario
Works/ ODSP, Saberton Denture & Implant will send a pre-determination to your
insurance provider on your behalf.
+How long does it take to get an estimate, or pre-determination back from the insurance company?
Most insurance companies, as well as Ontario Works/Ontario
Disability (OW/ODSP) require us to mail the denture estimate from to
them. They then reply via mail.
+Can Saberton Denture & Implant payment plans be used in combination with dental insurance?
+Is there free dental care for seniors?
There is a program in Ontario for low income seniors to receive free dental care. The program is called the Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program (OSDCP) and is in the beginning stages of providing denture care in all regions of Ontario.
+Who is eligible for free senior dental care?
The Ontario Senior Dental Care Program (OSDCP) is available to individuals who meet the following criteria: 1) Must be 65 years of age or older 2) Must be a resident of Ontario 3) Must have an annual individual income less than $22,200 or $37,100 per couple. 4) Must have no other dental benefits including Ontario Works, Ontario Disability, or private insurance. Each region of Ontario works with specific denture clinics in each region and we are in the process of enrolling with each branch that has one of our offices. As of June 30, 2022 we are partially or fully available to receive Ontario Senior Program patients in Hamilton, Niagara, and Halton. The referrals to our office still have to go through the region's public health unit, so if you think that you are a candidate, the first step is to fill out an application Program, application forms can be found here: https://seniors.accerta.ca/application/en
+Does the free dental care for seniors include dentures?
Yes! The program is still in it’s early stages, but we are working closely with the public health departments in each region to provide the best care possible. But the program is designed to provide free dentures to those that are eligible for the program, or at least with minimal out of pocket expenses.