Dental Insurance

Dental Insurance  

Overview

Brushing, flossing, and eating right can help keep your teeth strong. However, routine dental exams are needed to ensure you keep your teeth healthy. Maintaining your overall dental health may reduce your risk for other health problems, such as heart complications or stroke. But teeth cleanings and checkups can cost a lot of money!

Dental Insurance can help pay for the costs of routine and other dental services. That’s why your employer offers you access to Dental Insurance, featuring:

  • Three benefit coverage levels to choose from: Low, Medium or High
  • Flexibility to choose any licensed dentist, in or out of the network
  • No referral needed for specialty care
  • Access to thousands of participating dental locations

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Enrollment

HOW IT WORKS

Contact Us

 Phone
1-855-251-0909
 Hours
 M-F 8a-5p CT
 Email
customer.service@mercer.com
 Address
Mercer Voluntary Benefits
12421 Meredith Drive
Urbandale, IA 50398

FAQS

Answers about the plan, including eligibility, options, enrollment, customer service and more.
  • Who is the provider?

    Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife) offers robust coverage with one of the largest dental networks.

  • How can this help me?

    Dental insurance provides a means to receive this care. It offers coverage for preventative, basic, and major dental services.

  • Who is eligible?

    Active part-time employees are eligible to participate in the plan. Eligible dependents include spouse, domestic partner, and both married and unmarried dependent children (including children of a domestic partner) until their 26th birthday.

  • When can I enroll?

    You are eligible to enroll any time.

  • What if my employment status changes?

    If you leave or retire from your current employer, you can continue your coverage without interruption, subject to the policy's terms and conditions.

  • Can I be turned down for coverage?

    If you are at least eighteen years of age, you cannot be turned down for coverage.

  • How can I cancel my dental coverage?

    You must contact MetLife directly if you wish to cancel your coverage.

Mercer's Role & Compensation

Details of the Mercer disclosure of the compensation.