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Welcome to Delta Dental!

You will find access to everything you need to manage your dental plan benefits right here. Visit anytime—day or night—to access your personalized information.

If you have questions about your dental plan benefits, call Delta Dental at 800-524-0149, Monday—Friday 8:30 a.m.–8 p.m. EST. 

 

Find a dentist

dentist iconFinding a Delta Dental participating dentist near you is fast and easy. Download our flier to learn more or start your search here.


Note: Be sure to choose either the Delta Dental PPO or Delta Dental Premier network as your dental plan when searching for a dentist.

 

What's the Consumer Toolkit

Computer iconConsumer Toolkit gives you easy, secure access to your benefit information 24/7. Review eligibility, annual maximum used to date, levels of coverage and claims information. You can also search for a dentist, print your member ID card and sign up for electronic Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statements.

To access the Toolkit, you will need to register first. To register you will need the following:

  • Subscriber's first and last name
  • Subscriber's date of birth
  • Employee ID number or Social Security number
  • Security question

 

Benefits information

Benefits iconView the benefits included in your Delta Dental PPO (Point-of-Service) dental plan.

 

Print your own member ID card

id card iconTo print an ID card, you will need to log in to the Consumer Toolkit. Once logged in, click the Print ID Card link on the left-hand menu. You will see your member ID card displayed on the screen. Use your browser's print function to print as many copies as desired.

 

Understanding your benefits

Question mark iconMaximize your benefits by learning about pre-treatment estimates, coordination of benefits, staying in network, and more!

 

LifeSmile wellness

Good oral health habits are important to overall health. Visit the LifeSmile Wellness section of our website to read oral health articles, download materials and watch Delta Dental's video series.

Oral health is important for your overall health

Healthy teeth iconBecause many diseases can cause specific signs and symptoms in and around the mouth and jaw, dentists see clues that may point to critical health issues. As a result, increasing numbers of dentists are urging their patients to seek medical tests that seem unrelated to their dental checkups.

Did you know? More than 120 signs and symptoms of nondental disease can now be detected through a routine oral exam.1 Regular dental checkups are more important than ever, not only for oral health, but for overall health, too. Your retirement system's dental plan provides coverage for exams and cleanings twice per calendar year.

1 Little, James W., Falace, Donald A., Miller, Craig S., & Rhodus, Nelson L. (2013). Dental Management  of the Medically Compromised Patient (8th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier.

 

Take me to the rest of Delta Dental

Use the Delta Dental website to learn more about oral health and wellness, search for a dentist, access Consumer Toolkit, read about what Delta Dental is doing in your community, and more.