What are the benefits of staying with Delta Dental?
Experience You Trust
Enroll in a Delta Dental plan that closely resembles your current 3M Retiree plan - or choose a plan that may align more closely with your unique needs or budget. Experienced and licensed representatives are just a phone call to assist you every step of the way!
No Waiting Periods*
With continued coverage, select Delta Dental plans may allow you to waive your waiting periods so you don't have to worry about gaps in your coverage.
Choose how you would like to move forward:
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* If you've been enrolled in Delta Dental coverage you may be eligible to have your waiting periods waived. You may be required to provide proof of prior coverage. Please review the plan detials for specific information related to your plan.
Participation in the program is voluntary, and individuals are responsible for paying the full cost of the program. This program is not a 3M sponsored plan. 3M does not endorse or recommend this program, and 3M cannot assist with any questions or disputes regarding the program. Nor does 3M endorse or guarantee the accuracy of any program materials or documents, or any facts, views, opinions or statements in those materials or documents. Individuals are encouraged to investigate the program themselves and make their own informed decision about participating.
Our most recent blogs for Adults and Retirees.
TMJ Awareness Month
November is TMJ Awareness Month. Explore some of the causes, symptoms and possibly solutions in this blog. Be sure to seek help from your doctor or dentist if you experience TMJ pain.
Dentures - options and care
Natural teeth can be replaced by full dentures that can be non-implant retained or implant retained. Learn about the options available to replace missing teeth and the care needed to ensure the best results from your dentures.
Cannabis (marijuana) and your oral health
Some research and studies have shown that marijuana use can have positive medical effects, but how does its use impact your oral health? Using marijuana can cause problems such as dry mouth, gum disease and even thrush. Find out about the possible risks and some tips to keep in mind to try to minimize damage to your mouth.
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