UVa Dental Plan
The UVa Dental Plan offers two options: Basic Dental and Enhanced Dental. Both options are administered by United Concordia and provide a broad scope of dental services offered by a carefully selected network of dentists. When United Concordia participating dentists are used, participants receive the maximum benefits available. Members may be balance-billed and incur more expenses if non-participating dentists are used. A current listing of network dental providers can be found at the United Concordia website.
The Basic Dental option provides $1,000 per person each calendar year for dental benefits. In-network coverage is 100% of the allowable charge for diagnostic and preventive services including two cleanings annually. After a $50 deductible is satisfied annually, in-network coverage for primary and periodontal services is 80% of the allowable charge and 50% for complex restorative services.
The Enhanced Dental option provides $2,000 per person each calendar year for dental benefits. In-network coverage is 100% of the allowable charge for diagnostic and preventive services including two cleanings annually. After a $50 deductible is satisfied annually, in-network coverage for primary and periodontal services is 80% of the allowable charge and 60% for complex restorative services. Coverage for orthodontia services is 50% of the allowable charge. The lifetime orthodontia maximum is $1,000 per person. The orthodontia benefit is separate from the annual maximum dental benefit.
UVa Dental Plan Monthly Premiums
These rates apply only to full-time salaried UVa Academic Division and Medical Center employees. Postdoctoral fellows, COBRA enrollees, and retirees have different premium rates.
|Dental Coverage||Basic Dental||Enhanced Dental||Employer Rate|
|Employee + Child(ren)||$2||$17||$38|
|Employee + Spouse||$3||$19||$38|
Part-time salaried Faculty, University Staff and Research Associates who participate in the Dental Insurance Program are entitled to receive a 50% subsidy toward the cost of the employer portion of the Dental Insurance premium.
Terminating employees and dependents who lose eligibility for coverage may have the option to extend continuous health care coverage through enrollment in Extended Coverage under the provisions of the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA). See COBRA Eligibility, Rates and Enrollment.
Enrollment must be completed online using:
UVa Dental Plan Resources
United Concordia Web Site - United Concordia
United Concordia Customer Service - 1.866.215.2354
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