2019 PEBB open enrollment has begun. You have until November 30, 2018 to make changes to your coverage.
Dental plans and benefits
Explore the dental plans and benefits available to PEBB subscribers and dependents.
Before you select a plan or provider, compare dental plans to find out what services are covered, which providers are in-network, and your costs for care.
Keep in mind:
- DeltaCare and Willamette Dental Group are managed-care plans.
You must choose a primary dental provider within their networks. If you do not choose a primary dental provider, one will be chosen for you. These plans will not pay claims if you see a provider outside of their network.
- Check with your dental provider to see if they are in the plan's network and group number.
Make sure you correctly identify your dental plan's network and group number. You can call the dentist, the dental plan's customer service, or use the dental plan's online directory. Carefully review the selection you make before submitting your enrollment form.
- Retirees: You must enroll in medical to enroll in dental. Once enrolled, you and your enrolled dependents must keep dental coverage for at least two years unless you defer or cancel enrollment in PEBB health plan coverage as allowed under PEBB Program rules. You may change retiree dental plans within those two years during the PEBB Program’s annual open enrollment (November 1–30) or due to a special open enrollment event.