+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?
Doug Ford’s Provincial government has said that their next budget will include free dental care for Ontario seniors, however the details are still not entirely clear.
+Who is eligible for free dental care?
It’s still not clear exactly how the free dental care will work out but many government officials are saying that anyone 65 years of age or older in Ontario and making less than $19,300 (or $32,300 per couple) will qualify.
+Will the free dental care for seniors include dentures?
The details of the budget still haven’t been made clear but it’s not likely that the free treatment will include dentures. However, if the province provides the necessary treatment to pull or restore natural teeth, our pricing for dentures from $499 per denture might be easier to work with for those on fixed or low incomes.