Innovative features that promote improved oral health and the health of the entire body
Improve your bottom line through wellness
Committing to helping improve your employees’ health is beneficial to your organization.
- Healthy employees are typically more productive employees
- Treating the infection from gum disease can help reduce medical costs
How can you start to improve your employees’ health?
Start by enhancing your dental plan. United Concordia Dental’s wellness features are specifically designed to encourage employees to get preventive dental care. This can help ward off more complex issues down the road.
Available Wellness Features
An innovative wellness program for people with certain chronic conditions that combines improved dental benefits for periodontal services and email outreach to promote better oral health habits.
Annual Maximum Options
We offer a variety of options for annual maximums that encourage members to get preventive care. There is a fit for every group, from not counting preventive services against the annual maximum to rolling over unused benefit dollars to the next plan year if a member receives a cleaning.
Adding vision coverage to your dental plan can save you time from the simplified administration of two types of coverage from one insurer. UCVision offers savings on a range of vision services and is backed by a large, national network* of vision providers.
Research shows that poor oral health is linked to premature and low-birthweight babies, so the benefits of regular dental checkups are clear.** That’s why United Concordia Dental helps reduce the risk by offering a pregnancy benefit that covers an additional cleaning and periodontal services during pregnancy.
You can pick and choose what's right for your employees
Give your producer a call or contact your United Concordia Dental sales representative, who will be happy to talk over which options work best for your organization.
Other useful information
* Statewide service area not available in all states.
** NIH. "The Relationship Between Maternal Periodontis and Preterm Low Birth Weight: A Case Control Study." Contemp Clin Dent. 2001 April-Jun; 2(2): 88-93, nd. Web.