Dental insurance

Dental insurance provides the same benefit amounts with any dentist you choose and covers a variety of dental procedures, from routine cleanings to more advanced procedures such as crowns and root canals. Additional savings are available by visiting a network dentist.

Regular dental appointments help maintain not only your oral health, but your overall wellness, since dental problems can lead to other health problems if left unattended. Most health insurance doesn't cover dental procedures, but fortunately, our dental insurance can help.

Routine dental visits can help detect oral health problems early when treatment is likely simpler and more affordable.1

With our dental insurance, you can get coverage for regular dental visits and more extensive procedures, including:

  • Cleanings
  • Fillings
  • Sealants
  • Tooth removal
  • Crowns
  • Dentures

Dental insurance lets you focus on getting the oral care you need to keep your smile — and body — healthy.

Do you already have dental coverage?

Learn more about your coverage by choosing the option below that matches your dental insurance card.

Protect your vision with additional coverage

Our dental insurance offers optional vision coverage to help pay for eye exams and materials, such as glasses and contact lenses. This coverage can help you maintain healthy vision and overall wellness, as well as provide valuable financial protection for you, your spouse and dependent children.

Visit the eye doctor who’s right for you.

With our vision insurance, you have access to a national vision network that includes independent optometrists, ophthalmologists and retail stores like Walmart, Sam’s Club Optical, Costco, Pearle Vision and Target.

Eye exams and materials (frames, lenses) can be purchased from different locations and providers. For example, you could have an eye exam with your favorite eye care professional and order contacts online.

1. Source: American Dental Association, “Questions About Going to the Dentist” (2017).

Policyholders, reach a processing center representative by calling 800-325-4368  8 a.m. to 8 p.m., ET Monday-Friday