Enrolling in DeltaCare USA dental insurance, which is a prepaid plan that differs from traditional dental plans, involves following the benefits enrollment procedure at the person's company and thus varies. Since this plan is offered only through companies and isn't available for individual enrollment, consumers can only enroll if their companies participate in this specific plan, notes Delta Dental's website. However, other Delta Dental options may be available.
Employees may be able to self-enroll in the DeltaCare USA dental plan through their company's benefits website, suggests the University of California, Davis. Usually, employees need to do this during the open enrollment period, and they should receive materials explaining this plan's benefits when the time comes. If they can't enroll on the benefits website or have questions about the plan, employees can contact human resources to get help signing up.
AS of 2015, some of the benefits of the DeltaCare USA plan include no annual dollar amount maximum, extensive coverage for procedures (including cosmetic ones like tooth whitening) and no deductible. Plan members usually pay nothing or a very low fee for preventative care or diagnostic procedures, according to the Delta Dental website. Members can also get referrals for procedures as necessary and choose their assigned network dentist.