University of Minnesota Dental Plan Members - Delta Dental of Minnesota

Delta Dental of Minnesota

Proudly serving our University of Minnesota Dental Plan Members

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

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University of Minnesota Dental Plan members who are new to the plan or make a plan change at Open enrollment will receive a new id card for January 1, 2023.

To Contact Us, please call 1-800-553-9536
(or local 651-406-5916).

Welcome University of Minnesota Employees!

Welcome to the dental benefit information page specially created for University of Minnesota employees enrolled in a dental plan administered by Delta Dental of Minnesota. On this page, you'll find around-the-clock access to your dental benefits.

Networks

Delta Dental PPO™ (Base Plan for Twin Cities/Duluth): In-network dentist only program

Delta Dental PPO™ (Base Plan for Twin Cities/Duluth) is an affordable, network-only plan, offering strong cost savings. This program is considered the base plan for many employees. Under this plan, you must visit a dentist participating in the Delta Dental PPO™ network to receive benefits. With the exception of out-of-area emergencies, benefits will be denied if you do not visit a Delta Dental PPO™ dentist. The Delta Dental PPO™ network includes over 1,800 participating dentists in 75 Minnesota counties. With a Delta Dental PPO™ dentist, your out-of-pocket costs may be reduced.

Confirm if your dentist is participating in the Delta Dental PPO™ network or consider if you are willing to change dental providers, prior to enrolling for this dental plan. Remember, this is an in-network dentist only program.

This program offers in-network dentist access to a select number of dentists at the following locations: Boynton Health Service, U of MN Faculty Practice, U of MN Dental Clinic. Please check our website for a list of PPO™ dentists at these locations.

NOTE: Not all dentists at these locations are contracted under Delta Dental PPO™. Please refer to the Dentist Search on this website or contact Customer Service for a complete listing of dentists at these locations.

Delta Dental Premier® (Base Plan for Greater Minnesota): Uses two networks (see network map)

Delta Dental Premier® is a flexible plan that offers access to the broad Delta Dental Premier® network as well as the more cost-effective Delta Dental PPO™ network. Out-of-network benefits are also available. The Delta Dental Premier® network is Minnesota's largest dental network - over 2,800 dentists in 87 Minnesota counties and border communities. The Delta Dental PPO™ network includes over 1,800 participating dentists in 75 Minnesota counties. Visiting a dentist in either of the Delta Dental networks will help you make the most of your benefits and can result in out-of-pocket cost savings. Choosing a dentist in the Delta Dental PPO™ network may result in greater cost savings. As an added convenience when you use a participating dentist, the dentist files the claim for you, and Delta Dental of Minnesota pays the dentist directly. This program offers in-network access to dentists at the following locations: Boynton Health Service, U of MN Faculty Practice, U of MN Dental Clinic.

Sign-in to the Member Portal

Delta Dental's Member Portal provides you with information including procedure details, deductibles and claim payment status. You can also order a new ID card and update your account information by visiting the Member Portal.

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

Benefit Summaries

For details concerning what your dental plan covers, please view the University Dental Summary of Benefits booklet on the Office of Human Resources "Employee Benefits" web pages.

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!

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Contact Us

To speak to a representative, please call 1-800-553-9536 (local 651-406-5916) if you need assistance with the following:

  • Find a Delta Dental PPO™ or Delta Dental Premier® Provider
  • General information on your dental plan

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