If you’re a Denplan patient and you do not already have a MyDenplan account, please call our Customer Advisor team on 0800 401 402 to upgrade your cover.
So, what is a dental implant?
A dental implant consists of a metal screw (often titanium), that is inserted into the gum and jaw bone, then topped with a crown or bridge. Implants are often used when the root of a tooth fails or is killed due to infection or injury.
If cared for properly, implants can last as long as natural teeth. They look and feel the same, allowing you to eat, drink and smile with confidence.
Why should I add Implant Upgrade Cover to my current dental payment plan?
Your current payment plan may include routine dental care, such as your regular check-ups and possibly other treatments, such as fillings and crowns. If you have a dental injury and lose a tooth as the result of this, your dentist may not be able to restore your teeth using the treatments covered by your current plan.
However, with Denplan Implant Upgrade, you can rest assured that if you do lose a tooth due to a dental injury*, you will have cover in place should your dentist feel an implant is clinically necessary.
Denplan Implant Upgrade does not provide cover for;
- Implant placement where the dental injury occurred prior to or within 28 days of the cover start date
- Placement of an implant into a pre-existing gap or where the dentist determines it is not clinically appropriate
- Replacement following the failure of an implant to integrate
- Implant treatment which was prescribed, planned or was taking place at the commencement date of the Implant Upgrade Cover
How do I apply?
Implant Upgrade Cover is available exclusively to Denplan members. To upgrade your existing plan just give us a call on 0800 401 402 or speak to your registered Denplan dentist.
Or you can login to MyDenplan and apply online by selecting apply for implants on the top navigation.
*Eligible dental injuries are those to the teeth or supporting structures (including damage to dentures while being worn) which is directly caused suddenly and unexpectedly by means of an external blow to the mouth.