Dental benefits keep your client’s employees healthy. Adults with dental coverage are 31 percent more likely to visit the dentist regularly, which contributes to better oral health and overall health.1 Dentists can also detect signs and symptoms of more than 120 diseases, including diabetes and cancer.2 Healthier employees mean less time out of the office and more health care savings for your clients.
Delta Dental of Illinois’ suite of small group products for Illinois groups with 2-100 eligible employees offers pooled rates to provide the best overall savings and provide coverage for preventive care, basic services, major services and orthodontia. Plus, we offer DeltaVision plans for groups too. Each plan offers tremendous flexibility, including:
- Three deductible options - Groups also have the option to waive the deductible for members who visit Delta Dental PPOTM network dentists.
- Three annual maximum options - $1,000, $1,500 and $2,000
- Orthodontia option with two annual maximum options - $1,000 or $1,500
- Delta Dental’s Enhanced Benefits Program - This program is included with all plans and offers additional coverage to individuals who have specific health conditions that can be positively affected by additional oral health care.
- To GoSM annual maximum carryover feature - Groups have the option to add the To Go feature, which allows members to carryover qualified unused portions from their annual maximum to subsequent years. Members can also receive credit for carryover maximums banked with other carriers’ plans.
- DeltaVision®* - Groups can add a vision plan to any dental plan.
To create a customized dental or vision plan quote, use our Small Group Quote Tool or contact a Delta Dental representative at 800-335-8215.
*DeltaVision is provided by ProTec Insurance Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Dental of Illinois, in association with EyeMed Vision Care networks.
1 Delta Dental 2017 Adult Oral Health Survey
2 Steven L. Bricker, Robert P. Langlais, and Craig S. Miller, Oral Diagnosis, Oral Medicine and Treatment Planning (Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1994)