A few days ago I dropped my 6D with 70-200 2.8 II mounted from about 2 feet onto a concrete surface. The lens landed on the lens cap at a slight angle. The lens cap was totally destroyed, I had to finish breaking it apart to remove it. Once I got the cap off, I was relieved to find the front element was unbroken with only a couple of minor scratches (I assume from the lens cap). Optically, the lens appears to be OK, but I really haven't had time to do much testing or perform AFMA with Focal. Some quick AF testing shows its pretty close and test pictures appear to be clear and sharp. I plan to take some brick wall pictures this weekend to look for evidence of decentering or other issues.
The one problem I've found so far the end is bent as shown in the attached pictures. So, I'm unable to mount any ND or CPL filters, which is inconvenient.
The lens in insured for damage on our homeowners insurance account, but with $400 deductible.
Is this something Canon can repair? Any idea about cost? Anything else I should be concerned about?
Edit: the specs visible in the picture are dust, I gave the front element a good cleaning after the pictures were taken and some of what I thought were scratches came off, overall the front elements looks good