Check your employer's enrollment site to see if dental plans are offered as part of your open enrollment options. Our dental plans are designed to help keep your teeth and gums healthier and include:
Before enrolling in a plan, it’s a good idea to make sure your dentist is in our plan network. The dentists and dental care providers in our network have agreed to provide services at a discount. This means that using a network dentist will provide you with a higher level of coverage and may help lower your dental care costs.
If you live in AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, IL, IN, MD, MO, NJ, NV, NY, OH, PA, TN, TX or VA
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With virtual dental visits — also called teledentistry — there’s an easier way to see a dentist without going to the dentist’s office. Use virtual dental visits to:
Available as part of the PPO Gold and Silver plan orthodontic benefit, SmileDirectClub straightens teeth with invisible aligners that are sent directly to you. If you’re a candidate, your dental plan may pay half the cost of your aligner treatment.This benefit also includes:
UnitedHealthcare has teamed up with quip® to offer you a dental plan benefit that’s designed to help make better brushing habits easier — and more rewarding.
Once your plan begins, you and each covered family member may be eligible to get:
With the UnitedHealthcare dental plan, you will have access to our Discount and Rewards Marketplace, powered by BenefitHub, which provides discount offers on several services and products.
Depending where you live, you have a choice of a PPO or a DHMO/Managed Care plan. The Bronze, Silver and Gold (PPO) plans are available to residents of all states.The Platinum (DHMO) plan is available if your employer offers it and if you are a resident of AZ, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, IL, IN, MD, MO, NJ, NV, NY, OH, PA, TN, TX or VA. Please check your employer’s enrollment site to see if the Platinum plan is available.
Bronze, Silver, Gold (PPO)
Yes, preventive care — such as routine cleanings, fluoride treatments and bitewing X-rays — are covered.
There is coverage for fillings, oral surgery and root canals on all plans. Under the Silver and Gold plans, major services such as crowns and braces are also covered. For more details, call us at 1-888-571-5218.
With the Gold plan, there is orthodontia coverage for both adults and children. The Silver plan provides coverage for children under age 18.
There is no orthodontia coverage under the Bronze plan.
Yes, adults (age 18 and older) can get oral cancer screenings as part of your preventive care benefit.
Yes, the plan provides coverage for extra dental visits during pregnancy and the first 3 months after delivery.
Yes, you may see any dentist. However, you’ll save more money when you see a network dentist versus an out-of-network dentist.
The PPO plans feature one of the nation’s largest networks, making it easier to select a network dentist — which may help save you money.
Yes, there are 3 different levels of benefits for PPO plans. The cost of these 3 plans will be different.
Yes, preventive care — such as routine cleanings, ﬂuoride treatments and bitewing X-rays — are covered.
Fillings, crowns and other services such as braces are covered. If your child is currently receiving orthodontia, they may continue even after you’ve enrolled in a UnitedHealthcare plan. For more details, call us at 1-888-571-5218.
With the Platinum (DHMO) plan, there is orthodontia coverage for both adults and children.
Oral cancer screenings are not a covered beneﬁt under the Platinum (DHMO) plan for residents of DC, MD, PA or VA. If you are not a resident of one of these states, oral cancer screenings for adults (age 18 and older) are part of the plan’s preventive care beneﬁt.
Yes, the plan provides coverage for extra dental visits during pregnancy and the ﬁrst 3 months after delivery.
Yes, you may see any dentist. However, when you see an out-of-network provider, you will be responsible for all of the costs.
This plan features a large regional network.
Yes, this is our most cost-eﬀective plan that includes a comprehensive beneﬁt.
Yes, your primary dentist will need to provide a referral.
Please note: Network and out-of-network coverage levels are equal; however, when you choose to see an out-of-network dentist, you must pay the difference between what we pay our network dentists and what your out-of-network dentist bills you.
The above questions and answers are a general description of coverage benefits. You should consult with your official plan documents.