Retiree Dental Plan (Optional)
Who is Eligible?
Benefits eligible retirees and their eligible dependents.
Retirees are offered continued enrollment in the Choices Select Dental Plan only at retirement. If you do not make an election when you first retire, you will permanently forfeit your dental coverage eligibility.
Dental claims are reimbursed based on a fee schedule. The fee schedule dollar amount
is the maximum reimbursement for the specified dental procedure code. Dental Plan
enrollees are responsible for the difference (if any) between the provider's charge
and the fee schedule reimbursement amount. Reger to the Summary Plan Description
(SPD) on the Choices home page for complete Dental Plan benefits, Plan exclusions, and fee schedule information.
|Annual Benefit Maximum||$2,000 per covered individual|
|Preventive and Diagnostic Services||
**The Preventive & Diagnostic Services listed above do not apply to the $2,000 annual benefit maximum
|Basic Restorative Services||
|Major Dental Services||
The Select Plan provides a $1,500 lifetime orthodontic benefit per covered individual. Benefits are paid at 50% of the allowed amount for authorized services. Treatment plans usually include an initial down payment and ongoing monthly fees. If an initial down payment is required, Choices will pay up to 50% of the initial payment, up to 1/3 of the total treatment charge. In addition, Delta Dental (Dental Plan Administrator) will establish a monthly reimbursement based on the provider’s monthly fee and the prescribed treatment plan.