According to a VA announcement:
VA is implementing a comprehensive national VA Dental Insurance Program (VADIP) to give enrolled Veterans and CHAMPVAbeneficiaries the opportunity to purchase dental insurance through Delta Dental and MetLife at a reduced cost. Participation is voluntary.
Purchasing a dental plan does not affect Veterans’ eligibility for VA dental services and treatment. VADIP opens November 15 for the purchasing of plans, with coverage beginning January 1, 2014.
Covered services include diagnostic, preventative, surgical, emergency and endodontic/restorative treatment. Delta Dental and MetLife are offering multiple plans. Each participant pays the fixed monthly premiums for coverage and any copayments required, depending on the type of plan selected.
Dependents of Veterans, except those eligible under CHAMPVA, are not authorized to participate in VADIP. Those individuals may be eligible for separate dental insurance coverage offered by these carriers.
For more information about VADIP, explore our Fact Sheet or our Frequently Asked Questions brochure.
I have been going to my present dentist for quite a while. He tops implants; negligible irritation and dependably on time which is huge for me. Its generally simple to set appointments and adjust if need to.
A dentist does not only look after your teeth, they can spot signs of other health issues as well. That's why I believe that dental care is the most important of all health treatments.
Craig, Chapel Hill, NY
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