Dental Benefits

Delta Dental of Ohio is the administrator of the University’s dental insurance program.   By registering on Delta Dental’s Consumer Toolkit webpage, employees can:

  • Print ID Cards
  • Review benefits information
  • Check the status of claims
  • View eligible dependents
  • Deductible and annual benefit maximum information
  • Review other plan documents

Employee may contact Delta Dental Customer Service by calling 800.524.0149.

2011 Medical Plan Information, including Dental, Vision and other components

1. Search the Delta Dental Network

Search Delta Dental’s nationwide directory of over 150,000 dentists.

2. Access the Delta Dental Member Toolkit

View your personal plan information with this secure online tool. Consumer Toolkit gives you easy access to verify eligibility, check covered benefits and maximums, review claims and claim payments, print your own member ID cards, and setup paperless delivery of Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statements.

3. Questions and Answers about Delta Dental

This provides answers to many frequently asked questions (including “What’s the difference between the PPO and Premier networks?”)  It also provides an illustrative cost example.

4. Summary Plan Description

This provides a brief summary of the University’s dental plan administered by Delta Dental of Ohio.  This Summary of Dental Plan Benefits should be read in conjunction with the certificate book.

5. Certification Book

This provides an in-depth review of how the Delta Dental plan will operate.  It should be read in conjunction with the summary plan description.

6. Dental Claim Form

Use this form for re-imbursement when visiting a dentist who isn’t part of the Delta Dental network.

7. Recommend your Dentist to join the Delta Dental Network

Visit this website if you’d like your dentist to consider joining the Delta Dental Network.  Human Resources suggests that you recommend your dentist to join the Delta Dental Premier network.

8. General Information about HIPAA

The HIPAA Privacy Regulations place limitations upon covered entities' use of "protected health information" (PHI). Protected health information is information that is individually identifiable and that relates to an individual's past, present, or future medical condition or treatment. The Privacy Regulations also create or formalize several rights members in a health plan have regarding their health information.

 9.  Oral Health and Dental Care Information

This oral health and wellness section provides important information about adult oral health, children's oral health and oral cancer.