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Dental plans for your employees’ whole health

  • Preventive in-network dental care covered at no additional charge, including up to 3 routine cleanings, exams and X-rays.
  • Choose from 4 periodontal cleanings under preventive services or 2 periodontal cleanings covered under basic services.
  • Our extended and unlimited maximum options prevent members from maxing out their benefits, helping them stay on top of their oral and overall health.*
  • Teledentistry services are available for help with urgent or emergency dental care.†

* Extended and unlimited maximum options not available for all plans.

† Teledentistry not available in all states or for DHMO and discount plans.

Everything you expect from dental coverage and more

There’s a direct connection between good oral health and overall health,1 so offering dental benefits is good for business.

Prevention and early treatment are key to better overall health

Increase in periodontal disease

Nearly half of American adults over the age of 30 have periodontal disease.2

Related health problems

Members with diabetes have a higher risk of developing periodontal disease, which can make it harder to control blood sugar and increase diabetic complications.3

Dental health directly affects the bottom line

Higher medical costs

Preventable dental conditions leading to ER visits cost about $2 billion per year, and account for 1.4% of all ER visits, making it 1 of the most frequent types of avoidable ER care.4

Lost productivity

More than 92 million work hours are lost each year due to unplanned dental care.5

Employees want dental coverage


Employers consider dental benefits as essential or a differentiator when attracting talent.6


Employees listed health and dental insurance as most important benefits when choosing a new job.7

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  1. “Oral Health in America: Summary of the Surgeon General’s Report,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, last accessed May 25, 2022,
  2. P. I. Eke, “Periodontitis in US Adults,” Journal of the American Dental Association, last accessed May 25, 2022.
  3. “Diabetes and Periodontal Disease,” American Academy of Periodontology, last accessed May 25, 2022,
  4. P. Owens et al., “Emergency Department Visits Involving Dental Conditions, 2018,” Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, last accessed May 25, 2022,
  5. Uma Kelekar and Shillpa Naavaal, “Hours Lost to Planned and Unplanned Dental Visits Among US Adults,” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, last accessed May 25, 2022,
  6. “Dental Benefits for Your Employees,” National Association of Dental Plans, last accessed July 13, 2022,
  7. “The Most Desirable Employee Benefits,” Harvard Business Review, last accessed July 13, 2022,