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Delta Dental has affordable individual dental plans available for you. These plans make it easy to receive Delta Dental coverage and protect your health.
Keeping your smile healthy is an important part of keeping your body healthy. LifeSmile is an oral wellness program that helps you focus on your oral health and well-being with education and tips for improving and maintaining good dental health habits.
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Complement your dental benefits plan with DeltaVision vision benefits for two great programs in one convenient, affordable package and offer employees the best care.
Take control of your group’s eligibility, benefits and more with Delta Dental's new Benefit Manger Toolkit.
Delta Dental offers an array of affordable dental plans that save money for you while keeping your employees healthy.
There are lots of choices out there for dental benefits. But 60+ years of experience and the nation’s largest provider network help us stand out from the crowd.
Delta Dental has the largest network of dentists across the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Search for a dentist using our online dentist directory 24/7.
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Delta Dental's group plans give people access to quality dental benefits at an affordable rate.
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Join our team of experts in our innovative, data driven Population Health Initiative.
Take a few minutes to answer some simple questions, and the myDentalScore tool will assess your level of oral disease risk.
Your mouth helps you eat, drink, talk and smile, but it also provides clues to other diseases.
Get great savings on the health care you need from the names you trust.
For 6.5 million people in the U.S. with intellectual or developmental disabilities, oral health care can be inaccessible or overwhelming.