1 Your Senior Dental Plan Handbook... Keys to making the most of your coverage: DENTAL PLAN Always use contracted providers (visit for a current list) Be aware of the annual max and the lifetime max for orthodontia A peek at what your Senior Dental Plan ID card looks like: Senior Dental Plan MetLife dental plan identification Name JANE DOE ID No Group MLSD YOUR SENIOR DENTAL BENEFITS: Preventive care deductible: $25 Annual maximum benefit: $1,100 Orthodontia lifetime max: $1,500 Show your identification at the time of service! THIS CARD DOES NOT GUARANTEE BENEFITS OR COVERAGE! MEMBER: For benefit questions: or For information about participating MetLife dentists and specialists: or PROVIDER: To verify your patient s eligibility: Send all dental claims to: MetLife Group Dental Claims P.O. Box El Paso, TX Senior Dental Plan Table of Contents Eligibility for Coverage Enrollment Requirement Monthly Premiums Maximum Benefits Deductibles Contracted Dental Network Financial Protection Dental Benefits Contracted Dentists Your Dental Benefits (alphabetically) Supplemental Accident Benefit Filing Claims Benefits Provided by Deseret Mutual Fraud Policy Statement Coordination of Insurance Benefits Coordination of Benefits Rules Subrogation Eligible Dependents Exclusions Definitions Claims Review & Appeal Procedures Notification of Discretionary Authority Notification of Benefit Changes TABLE OF CONTENTS
2 Your Senior Dental Plan Handbook... Welcome to the Senior Dental Plan in the MetLife service area. Your total health is important to us, including your dental health. And the Senior Dental Plan provides valuable protection. That should give you something to smile about! This section of your Benefits Handbook outlines the major provisions of Deseret Mutual s Senior Dental Plan as of January 1, This document also serves as your summary plan description, or SPD. Senior Dental Plan Eligibility for for Coverage If you meet the eligibility requirements for medical coverage when you retire, you also have the opportunity to enroll in the Senior Dental Plan. This means you must be at least 55 years old with at least 10 years of eligible credit in Deseret Mutual s benefit program. Please note that if you decide not to enroll in the Senior Dental Plan within 30 days of retirement, you cannot select dental coverage in the future. And remember, Medicare does not cover expenses for dental care. If you re enrolled in a medical plan, your level of dental coverage must match your level of medical coverage. For example, if you ve chosen medical coverage for you and your spouse, you must also select dental coverage for you and your spouse; you can t select dental coverage for just yourself. Enrollment Requirement If you choose to enroll in the Senior Dental Plan, you must remain enrolled for at least two full calendar years. If you want to drop your Senior Dental Plan coverage later (after the first two years), you may do so only during the next open enrollment. Monthly Monthly Premiums You pay the entire monthly premium if you choose to enroll. For information about the monthly premiums for the Senior Dental Plan, please contact Deseret Mutual. Maximum Benefits The annual maximum benefit is $1,100 per person for you and each of your eligible dependents. For orthodontic benefits, the lifetime maximum benefit is $1,500 per person (see Orthodontic Procedures on page 3). For information about other maximum benefits, see Supplemental Accident Benefit on page 6. Deductibles For your first exam, you pay a $25 deductible per person per calendar year. Contracted Dental Network Our contract with MetLife gives you access to MetLife s Preferred Dentist Program. Dentists in this program meet MetLife s strict credentialing standards and comply with claims and review processes. FINANCIAL PROTECTION With the Senior Dental Plan, you re free to receive care from any licensed dentist or specialist of your choice. But when you receive care from members of MetLife s Preferred Dentist Program, you are financially protected. Participating dentists accept what you pay (your copayments and coinsurance) and what MetLife pays as payment in full. In other words, they do not bill you for amounts that exceed our maximum allowable limits. Please be aware, however, you are still responsible for charges considered ineligible or not covered by the plan PAGE 1
3 DENTAL BENEFITS Our contracted arrangements do not change your dental benefits. They simply protect you from paying unnecessary expenses. That is, you can receive care from any licensed provider of your choice. But to take advantage of this financial protection, receive care from providers in MetLife s Preferred Dentist Program. CONTRACTED DENTISTS MetLife s nationwide network has nearly 69,000 dentists and specialists. For information about participating MetLife dentists in your area, please contact MetLife: Toll free Website Your Dental Benefits Generally, your dental benefits cover routine checkups, fluoride treatments, and cleanings at 100% after your $25 deductible a year. Most other services, such as restorative procedures (including fillings) and orthodontic procedures, are covered at 50%. Of course, all benefits are based on medical necessity and are subject to the maximum allowable limits determined by MetLife. Charges are considered incurred on the date of service or the date treatment begins. One exception is for dentures; this service date is the date you receive the dentures. Your Dental Plan benefits follow alphabetically starting below. All benefits are subject to the maximum allowable limits determined by MetLife. ANESTHESIA General anesthesia expenses are covered when used as a part of oral surgery or in a case approved for the outpatient hospitalization benefit (see Outpatient Hospitalization on page 3) Generally, local anesthesia or relative analgesia are included in the cost of a complete procedure. If they are billed separately, they are not covered When general anesthesia is administered as part of an eligible outpatient hospitalization, expenses do not count toward your annual maximum benefit ENDODONTIC PROCEDURES Pulpal and root canal therapy is covered Pulp caps are covered Generally, bases are included in the cost of a restorative or a prosthodontic procedure. If they re billed separately, they re not covered ORAL SURGERY Extractions and other oral surgeries are covered: Reimplanting knocked out teeth Single tooth implants, replacing an implant once every five years (to the date) Generally, routine post-operative visits are included in the cost of the total surgical procedure. If they re billed separately, they re not covered. For tooth transplants, oral surgery expenses and other related expenses are not covered 2015 PAGE 2
4 ORTHODONTIC PROCEDURES Senior Dental Plan All benefits are subject to the maximum allowable limits determined by MetLife. The lifetime maximum benefit is $1,500 per person Benefits are paid on a monthly basis for the duration of the treatment. MetLife makes an initial payment of 20% of the total eligible charges. To determine the monthly payment amount, they divide the remaining cost by the number of months of treatment Monthly payments stop when you or your dependent becomes ineligible or if you end treatment before it is completed Some charges for molds, X-rays, and exams in connection with orthodontic treatment are considered part of the treatment and are included in the benefit maximum Habit-control appliances, such as nightguards and finger-sucking appliances, are not covered OUTPATIENT HOSPITALIZATION This outpatient hospitalization benefit is provided by Deseret Mutual and we determine the maximum allowable Submit a doctor s statement to Deseret Mutual, including the treatment plan, fees, and a description of medical necessity Outpatient hospital expenses for dental treatment may be covered if: a medical problem exists that must be monitored in connection with general anesthesia and surgical procedures general anesthesia is required because of extended work on a child younger than 5 dental or surgical procedures are performed on a patient who has a mental disability, such as Down Syndrome, or a sensory disability, such as deafness or blindness Eligible outpatient hospitalization expenses do not count toward your annual $1,100 maximum benefit PERIODONTAL PROCEDURES Periodontal maintenance is covered For the following procedures, a consultant reviews and determines benefits on a case-by-case basis: Non-surgical procedures, including deep scaling, root planing, full mouth debridement, chemotherapeutic agents, and post-operative care Surgical procedures including gingivectomy, osseous surgery, grafting, mucogingival surgery, and subgingival curettage Before payment can be made, you must submit periapical X-rays 2015 PAGE 3
5 All benefits are subject to the maximum allowable limits determined by MetLife. PREVENTIVE / DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES The plan pays 100% after your deductible ($25 per person per calendar year applied to the first examination) Preventive care does not count toward your annual maximum benefit Cleaning (prophylaxis) Twice each calendar year Exams Twice each calendar year Specialist and emergency exams are covered at 100% after your deductible ($25 per person per calendar year applied to the first examination) and count toward the maximum of two visits per calendar year Fluoride treatment Topical application twice each calendar year Sealants (see Sealants on page 5) Space maintainers Only for dependents younger than 19 Charges to replace lost or stolen space maintainers are not covered X-rays Complete mouth X-rays or panorex X-rays once every three years (to the date) A series of bitewing X-rays twice each calendar year Periapical X-rays as necessary PROSTHODONTIC PROCEDURES For most services, the service date is the date treatment begins. For dentures, the service date is the date you receive the dentures Crowns, veneers, bridges, onlays, inlays, and partial and complete dentures are covered based on these guidelines: Bridges, onlays, inlays, and partial and complete dentures are covered once every five years (to the date) Crowns and veneers are covered once every seven years (to the date). A replacement may be covered sooner when it s justified by either a medical or dental problem that results in an unavoidably damaged crown or veneer. But all exceptions must be preapproved and meet MetLife s specific medical/dental criteria. Charges for relining or rebasing dentures are eligible once every three years (to the date) Separate payment is not made for tooth preparation, temporary restorations, impressions, analgesia, or local anesthesia. These procedures are normally included in the cost of the complete prosthodontic procedure Replacement of removable dentures with fixed bridgework is covered Charges to replace lost or stolen dentures are not covered Before payment can be made, you must submit periapical X-rays for all crowns, veneers, onlays, and bridges 2015 PAGE 4
6 RESTORATIVE PROCEDURES Senior Dental Plan All benefits are subject to the maximum allowable limits determined by MetLife. Amalgam, porcelain, composite or resin, and metal restorations and restoration replacements are covered. But separate payment is not made for tooth preparation, temporary restorations, cement bases, impressions, analgesia, or local anesthesia. These procedures are normally included in the cost of a complete restorative procedure Changing restorations from amalgam to composite fillings because of amalgam/mercury sensitivity is not covered RIDGE AUGMENTATION / EXTENSION This benefit includes procedures to restore the alveolar ridge to accommodate dentures These expenses do not apply toward your annual maximum benefit SEALANTS The plan pays 100% based on these guidelines: Only patients younger than 16 are eligible for this benefit The benefit covers permanent molars only A molar sealant is covered twice per tooth per lifetime TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT (TMJ) DYSFUNCTION Not covered Benefits for temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction are covered by most of Deseret Mutual s medical plans, not by the Dental Plan For more information, please see the Medical section of your Benefits Handbook or call Customer Service. If you re enrolled in a contracted HMO, please contact your HMO representative for more information OTHER BENEFITS These benefits are paid at 50%: Application of desensitizing medications (when eligible; subject to review) Eligible drugs or medications Eligible treatment for pain Therapeutic drug injections (when eligible; subject to review) Recementing space maintainers Eligibility for Coverage Enrollment Requirement Maximum Benefits Deductibles Contracted Dental Network Financial Protection Dental Benefits Contracted Dentists Your Dental Benefits Supplemental Accident Benefit Filing Claims Errors on Bills or EOBs benefits provided by Deseret Mutual Fraud Policy Statement Coordination of Insurance Benefits Coordination of Benefits Rules Subrogation Eligible Dependents Exclusions Definitions Claims Review & Appeal Procedures Notification of Discretionary Authority Notification of Benefit Changes Notes: Notes: 2015 PAGE 5
7 Supplemental Accident Benefit Benefit This benefit is provided by Deseret Mutual. If you need dental treatment because of an accident, eligible charges will be covered according to regular Dental Plan benefits, based on the services performed. The maximum allowable limit is determined by Deseret Mutual. Benefits are based on the following guidelines: The injury must occur while covered by MetLife s Dental Plan The cause of the condition must meet the definition of an accident as defined by the plan Benefits are determined by the date of the accident. Eligible expenses must be incurred within two years of the accident. Some additional benefits may be available beyond two years. Contact Deseret Mutual for more information Orthodontic expenses are not covered by the supplemental accident benefit The first $2,000 paid per accident does not count toward the annual maximum benefit If five or more teeth are involved, additional benefits may be available up to $5,000 per accident. They do not count toward your annual maximum benefit For more information about this benefit, please call Deseret Mutual Filing Filing Claims Claims You or your dental provider must submit claims within 12 months from the date of service. You are responsible to make this happen. To submit a claim, follow these steps: Step 1: Request a Dental Expense Claim Form from MetLife Step 2: Complete the information in the Employee section of the claim form; sign the form Step 3: Take the claim form to your dental appointment (each patient needs a separate form) Step 4: Ask the dentist to complete the form. Also, for most prosthodontic procedures, the dentist must provide periapical X-rays Step 5: Send the completed claim form and X-rays, if applicable, to MetLife at the following address: MetLife Group Dental Claims P.O. Box El Paso, TX After your claim has been processed, MetLife will send you an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) statement explaining how your claim has been handled and verifying payment. Remember, the supplemental accident benefit is administered by Deseret Mutual. For information about how to submit claims for these services, please call Deseret Mutual Member Services. Errors on Bills or EOBs If you see services listed on an Explanations of Benefits (EOB) statement that were not performed or could be considered fraudulent, call MetLife at to submit a complaint. BENEFITS PROVIDED BY DESERET MUTUAL If you see services listed on an Explanations of Benefits (EOB) statement that were not performed or could be considered fraudulent, please call Deseret Mutual at or For more information, see Fraud Policy Statement on page 7. If you find an error on any of your bills after your claims have been processed and paid, please verify the charges with your provider. Then submit a written 2015 PAGE 6
8 description of the error to Deseret Mutual at the following address: Deseret Mutual P.O. Box Salt Lake City, Utah This is called an audit reimbursement request. If the mistake is not otherwise detected, you may receive 50% of the eligible savings, up to $250 per incident, as defined by Deseret Mutual. Because the error usually means the provider was overpaid, we must recover the money from the provider before we can return the savings to you. So please be patient while we correct the error. If Deseret Mutual detects an error on a bill before you do, we cannot forward the savings to you because this would violate our obligations based on the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). Fraud Fraud Policy Policy Statement Statement It is unlawful to knowingly and intentionally provide false, incomplete, or misleading facts or information with the intent of defrauding Deseret Mutual. An application for insurance or statement of claim containing any materially false or misleading information may lead to reduction, denial, or termination of benefits or coverage under the policy and to the recovery of any amounts Deseret Mutual may have paid. Non-compliance with a contract prepared by Deseret Mutual addressing abuse of health-care benefits or systems may also lead to reduction, denial, or termination of benefits or coverage from the policy and to the recovery of any amounts Deseret Mutual may have paid. dental coverage from more than one health benefit plan. e purpose of coordinating benefits is to avoid duplication of insurance payments. It involves determining which insurer is required to pay benefits as the primary payer, which insurer must pay as the secondary payer and so on, until all insurers are considered in the correct payment order. You must inform Deseret Mutual of other medical and/or dental coverage in force at the time of enrollment or when any other coverage becomes effective after your initial enrollment. If applicable, you may be required to submit court orders or decrees. You must also keep Deseret Mutual informed of any changes in the status of the other coverages. COORDINATION OF BENEFITS RULES When Deseret Mutual is the primary plan, eligible benefits are paid before those of the other health benefit plan and without considering the other health plan s benefits. When Deseret Mutual is the secondary plan, Deseret Mutual calculates the amount of eligible benefits it would normally pay in the absence of other coverage, including the application of credits to any policy maximums, and applies the payable amount to unpaid covered charges after eligible benefits have been paid by the primary plan. is amount includes deductibles and copayments you may owe. Deseret Mutual will use its own deductible and copayments to calculate the amount it would have paid in the absence of other coverage. In no event will Deseret Mutual pay more than the member is responsible to pay after the primary carrier has paid. Coordination Coordination of Insurance of Insurance Benefits Benefits e Coordination of Benefits (COB) provision applies when you or your dependents have medical or Subrogation If you have an injury or illness that is the liability of another party and you have the right to recover damages, Deseret Mutual must be reimbursed for any 2015 PAGE 7
9 amount it has paid when damages are recovered from the third party. In addition, if you do not attempt to recover damages from the third party as described above, Deseret Mutual has the right to act in your place and initiate legal action against the liable third party to recover the amount it has paid for your injuries. For more information about subrogation, please see the General Information section of your Benefits Handbook. Eligible Eligible Dependents Your eligible dependents include your spouse and dependent children. Your spouse is defined as a person of the opposite sex who is your legal husband or wife. Exclusions Services that do not meet the definition of eligible, as previously defined, are not eligible for coverage. In addition, the following services and their associated costs are excluded from coverage: Cosmetic 1.1 Surgery or dentistry done for cosmetic reasons 1.2 Services for primarily non-therapeutic purposes Diagnostic & Experimental Services 2.1 Dental treatments or procedures that on the effective date or renewal date of this policy are: considered dental research investigative/experimental technology not recognized by the U.S. dental profession as usual and/or common determined by Deseret Mutual or MetLife not to be usual and/or common dental practice illegal That a dentist might prescribe, order, recommend, or approve services or dental equipment does not, of itself, make it an allowable expense, even though it is not specifically listed as an exclusion. Investigative/experimental technology means a treatment, procedure, facility, equipment, drug, device, or supply that does not, as determined by Deseret Mutual or MetLife on a case-by-case basis, meet all of this criteria: The technology has final approval from all appropriate governmental regulatory bodies, if applicable The technology is available in significant numbers outside the clinical trial or research setting The available research about the technology is substantial. For plan purposes, substantial means sufficient to allow Deseret Mutual to conclude: the technology is both necessary and appropriate for the covered person s treatment the technology is safe and efficacious more likely than not, the technology will be beneficial to the covered person s health the technology is generally recognized as appropriate by the regional dental community as a whole Procedures or treatments falling in these categories continue to be excluded from the MetLife Dental Policy and Deseret Mutual s Senior Dental Plan until they are specifically included in the MetLife Policy or the Senior Dental Plan. Education 3.1 Expenses for educational programs, plaque control, myofunctional therapy, and oral hygiene or dietary instruction Government / War 4.1 Services that would have been covered by any governmental plan had the participant complied with the requirements of the plan, including but not limited to Medicare. This exclusion does not apply when a veteran is furnished medical services by the United States for a non-service-connected condition if the veteran would be eligible from the plan to recover the cost had the services not been provided by the United States 4.2 Services required as a result of war or act of war, or service in the military forces of any country at war, declared or undeclared, except when the employee is actively engaged in pursuing a specific assignment given and authorized by the employer. War includes 2015 PAGE 8
10 hostilities conducted by force or arms by one country against another, or between countries or factions within a country, either with or without a formal declaration of war Legal Exclusions 5.1 Services the patient is not charged or is not legally obligated to pay 5.2 Services that began before the patient was covered by this plan 5.3 Treatment or care done after termination of benefits 5.4 Services incurred in connection with injury arising from participation in or attempt at committing a crime 5.5 Other dental treatment, except as outlined Miscellaneous 6.1 Charges that exceed MetLife s maximum allowable limits (or Deseret Mutual s maximum allowable limits for the supplemental accident benefit) 6.2 Failure to keep a scheduled dentist appointment 6.3 Completing claim forms 6.4 Unfinished dental work 6.5 Care and treatment by anyone who: ordinarily resides in the same household with you or your dependents has legal responsibility for financial support and maintenance of you or your dependents Other Insurance / Workers Compensation 7.1 Injuries or conditions that are compensable by workers compensation, no-fault auto insurance, employment liability laws, or services provided by a federal or state government agency. Services provided by a group, franchise, or other insurance or prepayment program approved through an employer, union, trust, or association Replacements 8.1 Lost or stolen dentures, bridges, or appliances 8.2 Replacing fillings less than two years old (to the date), replacing dentures or bridges less than five years old (to the date), or crowns or veneers less than seven years old (to the date) unless otherwise covered by the plan Specific Products & Services 9.1 Services or supplies not furnished and/or prescribed by a dentist or physician (for example, denturist services), except cleaning, scaling, or fluoride treatments that may be performed by a licensed dental hygienist under the dentist s supervision 9.2 Tooth preparation, temporary restorations, cement bases, impressions, or acid etching 9.3 Appliances, restorations, or treatment, other than full dentures, whose primary purpose is to alter vertical dimension or restore occlusion 9.4 Protective athletic mouthguards or habit-control appliances, such as nightguards or finger-sucking appliances 9.5 Fluoride rinse, toothpaste, toothbrush, or other products or supplies intended for use at home by the patient 9.6 Study models or photos, unless used for orthodontic treatment 9.7 Emergency room services 9.8 Infection control 9.9 General anesthesia other than for oral surgery, unless otherwise covered by the plan 9.10 Treatment of disturbances of the temporomandibular joint Definitions For definitions of words and terms applicable to the Senior Dental plan, please refer to the Definitions section of your Benefits Handbook. Claims Review & Appeal Procedures If Deseret Mutual denies your claim and you want to appeal because you think it was denied inappropriately, or if you have other claim concerns or complaints, please bring them to our attention. You must submit your appeals within 12 months from the date we send your benefit decision notification. For more information about how to appeal a claim, please refer to the General Information section of your Benefits Handbook. Notification of Discretionary Authority Deseret Mutual has full discretionary authority and the sole right to interpret the plan and to determine eligibility. All Deseret Mutual decisions relating to plan terms or eligibility are binding and conclusive PAGE 9
11 Notification of of Benefit Changes Notes: Deseret Mutual is subject to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) and reserves the right to amend or terminate this plan at any time. If benefits change, we will notify you at least 30 days before the effective date of change. Notes: 2015 PAGE 10
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