Dental Plans

  • Individual adult and pediatric dental plans

    Individual adult and pediatric dental plans

    Sign up for dental coverage at a great value from the same company you trust for your medical coverage.

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  • Dental health is essential!

    Good dental health linked to better overall physical health and well-being.

    Premera offers Select Individual Dental Plans for adults 19 and over, as well as pediatric plans. The Affordable Care Act requires children 18 and younger to have a dental plan.

    Enroll in an adult plan at any time

    You can enroll in our dental plans year-round. No need to wait for an open enrollment period. Get your dental coverage at a great value from the same company you already trusted for your medical coverage.

    As part of the application process, you'll be asked to provide proof that you're a Washington state resident in one of these counties: Adams, Asotin, Benton, Clallam, Columbia, Cowlitz, Franklin, Garfield, Grant, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Okanogan, Pacific, Pierce, Snohomish, Spokane, Thurston, Wahkiakum, Walla Walla, Whatcom, or Whitman.

    Enrolling is easy! To shop for a 2017 pediatric dental plan, use our shop and enroll tool.

    View 2017 adult dental plan details.

    View 2017 pediatric dental plan details.

    Premera dental plan highlights

    • Choose from a large network of dental providers in Washington, including a wide network of generalists and specialists.
    • Preventive dental care is covered at 100% of the allowable charges after you've made the $20 copay.
    • Having a dental plan provides you with lower allowable charges. You can save hundreds of dollars on dental procedures including fillings and crowns compared to the uninsured rates.

    2016 plan information

    Adult dental plan details

    Pediatric dental plan details

    Additional details

    Find a dentist

    Medicare Advantage dental plans for customers enrolled in Premera Medicare Advantage plan

    Visit the dental health center

    Source for dental health's link to overall health: National Institutes of Health