Traditional Preferred Plan

This plan is designed to include features that appeal to everyone.

With its option to select any dentist, the Traditional Preferred Plan is especially appealing to clients who don’t want to limit their employees’ choice of providers. And because negotiated rates for services are available through in-network dentists, it works for those looking for a good value.

Benefit options

The following benefit options are generally available for Traditional Preferred plans. Actual benefits vary by state.

  • Deductible options of $0, $25, and $50 for individuals; $0, $75, and $150 for families
  • Wide range of coinsurance options for preventive, basic, and major services
  • Option to waive the deductible for preventive services
  • Orthodontia options, including treatment for adults
  • Extended annual maximum option

Advantage of HumanaDental

Our dental plans allow your clients to offer a highly popular benefit while maintaining flexibility in plan and funding arrangements. These plans are available as a stand-alone, so they’re an option even for clients who don’t offer our medical plans. Coverage can be employer-sponsored or voluntary. Best of all, our network includes more than 110,000 dentist locations nationwide. Negotiated rates for services received from dentists in our PPO network average 27% savings nationwide.

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