Individuals who want to enroll in DeltaCare USA dental insurance need to contact their employers or someone in the employee benefits department who can verify eligibility, request enrollment in the program and help employees with the process, mentions DDIC4SB.com. Employers might have certain times of the year when employees can request coverage or make changes to their existing dental insurance plans. However, certain life events, such as marriage or adoption, can also open up eligibility.
Employees who want to enroll in DeltaCare USA may need to wait until after they have completed a specified term of service if they are newly hired. Otherwise, eligible employees can contact their managers or benefits administrators to get enrolled either through an online system or with a paper enrollment form.
At the time of enrollment, employees can specify any family members who need to be added to the plan. Eligible family members include the employee's spouse and any dependent children age 26 or younger who do not have health insurance already, states DDIC4SB.com.
Once enrolled, DeltaCare USA members can get benefits such as free or low-cost preventative and diagnostic care, coverage for cosmetic services such as teeth whitening and no deductible to pay. Members usually need to see an in-network DeltaCare USA dentist to use the insurance.