Under this Delta Dental plan, you may see any dentist. However, your out-of-pocketOut-of-Pocket Limit/Maximum (OMP)The maximum amount of money you will pay for covered medical services during the plan year. These costs include deductibles, copays and coinsurance. This maximum is designed to protect you from catastrophic health care costs. After you reach this amount, the plan will pay 100% of the allowed amount. costs are lower when you use a dentist on Delta's Preferred Provider Option (PPO)Preferred Provider Organization (PPO)A health care plan that has a contractual agreement with providers to offer health care services at discounted, negotiated fees within a network. The PPO plans may require some cost-sharing with deductibles, copays and/or coinsurance. list. Once you meet the deductibleDeductibleAn amount that you are required to pay before the plan will begin to reimburse for covered services., you will be responsible for a percentage of your covered costs, known as coinsuranceCoinsuranceThe portion of expenses that you have to pay for certain covered services, calculated as a percentage. For example, if the coinsurance rate is 20%, then you are responsible for paying 20% of the bill, and the insurance company will pay 80%. . Adults, age 19 or older, are eligible for the orthodontic benefitOrthodontic CoverageA treatment that aligns a person’s teeth, which may include the use of braces. with this plan.
- CU Health Plan - Choice Dental Benefits Coverage Summary (1 page)
- CU Health Plan - Choice Dental Full Benefits Booklet (19 pages)
- Right Start 4 Kids Program (1 page)