Share the Benefits of Delta Dental
The Delta Dental Federal Employees Dental Program offers:
- Affordable premiums and low out-of-pocket costs
- A choice of two great plans—Standard or High
- A large, nationwide network of quality dentists
- FSAFEDS Paperless Reimbursement
Support for You
Resources are available for you to help educate your employees.
View and share a short video about what the Federal Employees Dental program has to offer.
Find specific program information for 2017 in the 2017 Plan Brochure. This includes coverage, cost shares, deductibles and additional information in full detail.
Our regional marketing representatives are located across the country and are available by phone and email, and are ready to support you at your next Open Season event. Simply send the event information via email to the marketing representative in your region, and you will be contacted as soon as possible.
Support Your Enrolled Employees
Save money with a Delta Dental PPO network dentist.
Informing employees about Delta Dental’s network and assisting them in finding a network dentist can help them reduce their dental expenses. There are different networks for other Delta Dental plans, so be sure to check the Dentist Directory to confirm a dentist is in Delta Dental’s Federal Employees Dental Program network.
Enrollment cards are not required, but can be easily printed from the Consumer Toolkit®.
Only the subscriber’s Social Security number or alternate identification number are required for the dental office to verify eligibility and benefits. Employees who would like an enrollment card can print one from our Consumer Toolkit®.
Dentists contracted with Delta Dental handle all claims and paperwork for enrollees.
If your employees have visited a non-Delta Dental dentist for treatment or received dental care overseas, the enrollee may need to file a Claim Form (PDF,644KB).
When dental procedures under Delta Dental’s Federal Employee Dental Program are coordinated with the Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEHB) Plan, the FEHB plan must always be primary.
Many federal employees and annuitants have some dental benefit coverage available under the FEHB plan. Federal law requires that benefits for all dental procedures under Delta Dental’s Federal Employee Dental Program be coordinated with the FEHB Plan and the FEHB Plan will be the first/primary payor of any benefit payments. Delta Dental’s Federal Employee Dental Program is secondary to the FEHB Plan. Direct your employees to the Coordinating Benefits with Other Coverage section of the Federal Employees Dental Program FAQs for more details about filing claims and overseas treatment.