State of Minnesota Members - Delta Dental of Minnesota

Delta Dental of Minnesota

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  • Manage your account
  • View your benefits information
  • Check your claims
  • Order replacement ID cards
  • And more!

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Welcome State of Minnesota Employees and Retirees!

Welcome to the dental benefit information page specially created for State of Minnesota employees enrolled in the State Dental Plan, which is administered by Delta Dental of Minnesota. Here you'll find around-the-clock access to your dental benefits information.

2024 Open Enrollment Video

What is a Dental Plan?

Understanding your dental benefits can help you get appropriate and cost-effective care. Our easy-to-read brochure will provide you with a clearer understanding of this important benefit. To learn more about your dental plan and commonly used terms, visit our Dental 101 page.

Oral Health

Did you know the health of your teeth, gums and mouth are connected to your overall health? In fact, 120 medical conditions can be detected by signs and symptoms in your mouth. Learn more about how your oral health is connected to your overall health.

Assess Your Oral Health

Wouldn’t it be nice to know if you were at risk for oral disease before it became a problem? MyDentalScore is free oral health assessment that will provide you with your dental score. Take the assessment today.

Connect With Us

Access the latest in oral health information and Delta Dental news by viewing Delta Dental of Minnesota’s blog or by connecting with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube. Click on the social media icons at the bottom of this page to get started!

In addition to providing advice on how to select a dentist, we are proud to offer a dentist search, which lists participating dentists and specialists in your area. To start, go to "Find A Dentist" and select State Dental Plan (Group 216) under product or network type.

Please note: while you now may receive coverage from any dentist, we encourage you to visit an in-network dentist to receive a higher level of benefits and to avoid additional out-of-pocket costs.

Although in-network dentists will submit your claims for you, you may need to submit claims directly to Delta Dental if you visit an out-of-network dentist. Please find this address on our Contact Us page.

to the enhanced Member Portal

Enhancements to the member portal provide improved functionality and updated tools to manage your benefits. By signing into the Member Portal, you can verify eligibility, check plan information, see coverage maximums and print replacement ID cards. You can also get information such as procedure details, amount owed by you, amount paid by Delta Dental, deductibles and claim status.

Note: Although in-network dentists will submit your claims for you, you may need to submit claims directly to Delta Dental if you visit an out-of-network dentist.

Claim forms can be mailed to:

Delta Dental of Minnesota
PO Box 9120
Farmington Hills, MI 48333

Benefit Summary

For a brief summary of your dental plan, please view the State Dental Plan Schedule of Benefits . Since this provides only a summary of benefits, you should refer to your Summary of Benefits below for a complete list of covered services, limitations and exclusions.

View 2024 State Dental Plan Summary of Benefits.

Contact Us

Feel free to call Delta Dental at 1-800-553-9536 if you need assistance with the following:

  • Orthodontics coverage
  • Dentist options or
  • General information on your dental plan

*Delta Dental of Minnesota ("DDMN") is an authorized licensee of Delta Dental Plans Association, Chicago Illinois ("DDPA"). The State Dental Plan is not an authorized licensee of DDPA and nothing contained in this statement or set forth in this document is intended to imply or suggest that the State Dental Plan is in any way authorized, sponsored, endorsed, or approved by DDPA.

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