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Dental Benefits for Retirees

Delta Dental LogoDentistry has changed in recent years and continues to change on a regular basis. Much of this change is due to new materials, new technology, and new scientific discoveries, as well as changes in the way dentists run their practices.

It is the dentist’s responsibility to inform the patient about all of the reasonable and appropriate services that are available, regardless of the patient’s dental coverage.

It is the patient’s responsibility to ask the right questions about these options and treatment.

Retiree with dentistAlways request a pre-treatment estimate of predetermination of benefits before having major dental work done. Don’t be afraid to ask questions! Do not agree to any treatment unless you fully understand what condition is being treated, why it is being treated, and the costs of that treatment. When in doubt, contact Delta Dental plan.

Group Number and Customer Service

DeltaCare USA Group Number: 00247-0001

To find network providers or learn more about DeltaCare USA visit at or call (800) 422-4234.

Delta Dental PPO (Formerly Delta Preferred Option) Group Number: 3136-0001 

To find network providers or learn more about Delta Dental PPO visit at or call (800) 765-6003.

Benefits Overview


For Retirees

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Delta Dental Premium Rates


For Retirees

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Delta Dental Plan Options


For Retirees

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Combined Evidence of Coverage and Disclosure Form (EOC)

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Member Benefits and Tools

Where's my ID card?

If you’ve been looking for your dental plan ID card, we have good news for you: You don’t need one!

When you visit the dentist, simply tell the dental office staff that you are covered by Delta Dental. You will need to provide the following information:

  • Your name
  • Your date of birth
  • Your social security number (or enrollee ID number)

If you are covered through your employer, you may also be asked the name of your company. Family members covered under your plan will be required to provide your details.

Go to, and log in to Online Services. (Click Register to sign up if you haven’t already.) Click on My ID card in the left column. A new window with your ID card should pop up, which you can print out for your records. (If nothing happens, check whether your browser is blocking pop-ups.)

Go to, log in to your account and select My ID card from the main menu. You can pull up this electronic ID card at your dental office.

Helpful Documents

Find a Network Dentist

8 Ways to Elevate Your Smile - Getting the most from your Delta Dental Premier Plan

Orthodontic Benefits: Get Your Facts Straight

Pre-Treatment Estimate: Plan for your healthy smile

Keep Your Smile Connected - 3 Ways to stay on top of your dental benefits

Go Paperless - Check your claims online

The SmileWay Challenge: 6 Easy Steps