Stay in the Delta Dental family with an individual plan. You can likely even keep your current dentist when you choose the same type of plan.
Having dental insurance helps ensure that you'll be covered for unexpected dental emergencies.
Choose from a variety of plan options² to suit your budget and needs.
People are 50% more likely to visit the dentist when they have dental coverage, which can help prevent future problems and protect your smile.³
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No. Plans purchased through Smile On² are considered new coverage and not a continuation of any plan you may currently have.
You can pay your premium directly to Delta Dental. We accept the following payment methods: bank account debit (ACH), credit card and check. You can also set up autopay with your bank or credit card. There may be a one-time enrollment fee of $10 that is charged at time of enrollment.
Absolutely. If you are 18 and older, you can sign up for an individual plan and add a spouse or dependent(s) to your plan.
It depends on which plan you choose. Delta Dental PPO™⁴ plans have waiting periods for basic (e.g., fillings) and major (e.g., root canals, crowns) services. However, diagnostic and preventative care services (e.g., exams, x-rays, cleanings) do not require waiting periods on any plans.
DeltaCare® USA⁵ DHMO-type plans do not have waiting periods.
Please see the policy for a complete description of plan benefits, limitations and exclusions.
COBRA continuation of coverage plans are the same plans offered by your company during your employment. They are likely available to you for a limited time at the full-cost rate for the coverage. The Smile On program is not a continuation of benefits. Instead, Smile On is available at any time you wish to enroll and allows you to choose a dental plan that fits your budget and needs. Shop the plans.