for Implants & Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures
Dental Grants of Canada
Dental Grants of Canada provides you with the option to pay less for implants and cosmetic dentistry services.
A Dental Grant will cover up to 30% of the cost of dental implants and cosmetic dentistry that is performed by members of our practitioner network.
Each year, Canadians from all economic backgrounds, especially those in the middle class, share the same vision and goal of improving the appearance and function of their teeth once the desire becomes greatest.
We play an important role in that vision by making Grants available for men and women who have expressed a desire to transform their smile, improve the functionality of their teeth, and help re-build lost confidence.
It all starts with wanting to have your smile reflect the confident person you truly are, and the likelihood of achieving that beautiful smile becomes more attainable with a Dental Grant.
Dental Grants are an excellent resource for people that are ready to address their cosmetic dental needs and want an incentive to do it now.
To be considered for a Dental Grant, apply using the form on any page of this website.
Have Questions? Check out our Help Centre or call
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Also See: How the Program Works
Also See: About the Dental Grant Program
Most Common Questions Asked After Reading this Page:
What is a 'Dental Grant'?
A 'Dental Grant' is a sum of money that covers up to 30% of the cost of your cosmetic dentistry treatment.
Dental Grants are paid on your behalf to a dental practitioner and help to bridge a financial gap that makes it easier to commit to treatment.
How Long has this Program been Available?
This program has been available since 2015.
What if the Grant doesn't Cover enough to make my Treatment Affordable?
If the Dental Grant is not sufficient enough to make your procedure affordable, you can ask about additional resources that may be available to you such as financing companies that specialize in funding patient procedures.
How much will I need to Cover after the Dental Grant is Applied?
The Dental Grant is up to 30% of the cost of your treatment plan. You would be expected to contribute as a co-payer toward the balance of your treatment.
Your payments can come from an insurer if you have an applicable insurance plan from your employer, or from your personal financial resources such as a credit card or savings account.
To find out what percentage of your treatment plan will be covered by the Dental Grant, Click Here
Is this Program only Available to those with less Money?
No. The goal of our Organization is to encourage people to invest in the health of their mouth and teeth, irrespective of their financial circumstances.
In fact, most people that utilize a Dental Grant come from middle or upper middle socioeconomic groups and have been putting off needed dental work due to busy schedules and other priorities.
A Dental Grant encourges at-need people to re-focus their priorities and put their oral health goals more in reach.
Can I get Competing Quotes from other Dentists?
Even though most dentists charge similar rates for the same kind of dental work, your best interests come first so we will do our best to make sure your Grant gets applied toward a treatment plan from a participating dentist that is the same cost as any other quote you receive, provided the quote is based on the same kind of dental work being performed, with the same quality materials.
Do participating Dentists inflate their fees?
Of course not. Dentists that participate in our program do not automatically increase their fees when quoting prices to Grant Applicants.
If a dentist's fees are above his or her College's recommended guidelines, then he or she is obligated to inform you how much they bill over their guidelines, upon which you have the right to consent or refuse treatment.
Often, when a dentist bills over their guidelines, they will provide you with reason(s) why.
How can I pay the dentist for the part of the treatment not covered by the grant?
You may pay the dentist for your portion of the treatment using any usual method of payment such as credit card, debit card, or cash.
You may also qualify for funding from a third-party finance company or use private insurance from your (or your spouse's) place of employment.
You may NOT be able to use government sponsored forms of payment. Ask for details.