Having access to the dental care you and your family need to keep a healthy regimen is more important than you might think. In fact, more and more studies are finding links between your oral health and your overall health. That’s why we believe it’s important for a dental plan provider to go beyond offering the typical services by providing access to educational tools and resources that help you and your dentist make better choices about your dental benefits.
Through the Oral Health Library1, you have access to valuable tools and resources including:
Visit the Oral Health Library today.
1All information provided on this website is intended for your general knowledge only and is not a substitute for obtaining medical or dental advice for specific medical or dental conditions or other advice from your dentists or doctors. By making this website available to you, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and its affiliates (collectively, “MetLife”) is not engaged in rendering any such advice. Use of this website is subject to all the terms stated herein. The website is developed, provided and maintained by Verifpoint. Insofar as the information provided on this website is from third parties or links to third party websites, it has no association whatsoever with MetLife, unless expressly stated.
1 Savings from enrolling in a group benefit program will depend on various factors, including how often participants visit the dentist and the costs for services received.
2 In California, orthodontic and pedodontic specialty services require pre-approval. Your selected participating dentist will contact SafeGuard for pre-approval. Once approved, your dentist will contact you with the name of a participating specialist.
Dental Managed Care Plan benefits are provided by Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a New York corporation in NY. Dental HMO plan benefits are provided by: SafeGuard Health Plans, Inc., a California corporation in CA; SafeGuard Health Plans, Inc., a Florida corporation in FL; SafeGuard Health Plans, Inc., a Texas corporation in TX; and MetLife Health Plans, Inc., a Delaware corporation and Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a New York corporation in NJ. The Dental HMO/Managed Care companies are part of the MetLife family of companies. "DHMO" is used to refer to product designs that may differ by state of residence of the enrollee, including but not limited to: "Specialized Health Care Service Plans" in California; "Prepaid Limited Health Service Organizations" as described in Chapter 636 of the Florida statutes in Florida; "Single Service Health Maintenance Organizations" in Texas; and "Dental Plan Organizations" as described in the Dental Plan Organization Act in New Jersey.
Like most group benefit programs, benefit programs offered by MetLife and its affiliates contain certain exclusions, exceptions, waiting periods, reductions, limitations and terms for keeping them in force. Please contact MetLife or your plan administrator for complete details.