Dental Benefits. The Company will pay the full cost of the Preferred Dental Plan, the Scheduled Dental Plan or Prepaid Dental Plan.
Dental Benefits. The following provides a general description of the benefits available to you and your eligible dependents under this dental plan. A complete list of the specific procedures (and applicable limitations) can be found in the Master Contract held by your Employer. Payment for eligible benefits will be based on the monetary rates shown in the Dental Association Fee Guide applicable to your group plan. Refer to your Summary of Benefits for information regarding any deductible, co-payment or maximum benefit amounts. BENEFITS BASIC SERVICES Examinations - includes complete and recall oral examinations twice per calendar year for persons up to and including age 12 and once every 9 months for persons over age 12. Consultations - with patient or with a member of the profession Radiographs - includes complete series intra oral films once every 24 months, panoramic films, and bitewing films twice per calendar year for persons up to and including age 12 and once every 9 months for persons over age 12. Diagnostic Services - includes bacteriologic tests, biopsy and cytological tests Preventive Services - space maintainers (for dependent children); pit and fissure sealants; scaling; fluoride treatment; polishing (one unit of time twice per calendar year for persons up to and including age 12 and one unit of time every 9 months for persons over age 12). The following benefits are provided twice per calendar year for persons up to and including age 12 and once every 9 months for persons over age 12: preventive recall packages, oral hygiene instruction and reinstruction Fillings Extractions - includes root extractions Anesthesia Endodontic Services - includes root canal therapy, surgical and emergency services Periodontic Services - includes periodontal surgery, root planning and occlusal equilibration Denture Repairs, Adjustments, Relining/Rebasing Surgical Services - includes surgical incision/ excision and frenectomy In-office and Commercial Laboratory Charges - when applicable to the covered Benefits MAJOR SERVICES Complete and/or Partial Dentures - (once every 4 years) Restorative Services - includes post/core, crowns, inlays/ onlays Fixed Prosthodontic Services - (once every 5 years) - includes bridgework In-office and Commercial Laboratory Charges - when applicable to the covered benefits. ORTHODONTIC SERVICES (for dependent children to age 18) Orthodontic Services - includes observation, adjustments, orthodontic appliances and major orthodontic treatment In-office an...
Dental Benefits. 12.03 The City will provide for all employees by contract through an insurer selected by the City a Dental Plan which will provide dental benefits. The City shall pay one hundred per cent (100%) of the premiums. Eligible Expenses (Current ODA fee guide for general practitioners; other expenses to reasonable and customary charge; benefit year – January 1 – December 31) One hundred percent (100%) for:
Dental Benefits i) Employees and their dependants eligible for coverage will be entitled to claim reimbursement for basic and major dental care combined up to a maximum of $1,500.00 per covered person per calendar year, after a deductible of $25.00/ single, $50.00/family per calendar year has been applied.
Dental Benefits. Employees in active service shall be entitled to the dental benefits provided in subsections l.b. or l.c. of this Article so long as they remain in active service. Individuals not in active service shall not be eligible for dental benefits.
Dental Benefits. For calendar year 2019 and thereafter during the life of this Agreement, the University will maintain the current PPO plan, or its equivalent, currently administered by Delta Dental, which includes a high, basic or low option. The terms of the coverage will remain unchanged from those in calendar year 2018. (See Attachment C.) Employee co-payment of premiums for single coverage, dual coverage (one dependent) and family coverage (more than one dependent) will be calculated at a rate of 26.4% of the cost of coverage for each plan option.
Dental Benefits. 11 Employees in active service shall be entitled to the dental benefits provided 12 in subsections 1.b. or 1.c. of this Article so long as they remain in active 13 service. All employees, while in active service, who are enrolled in a dental 14 plan provided by subsections 1.b. or 1.c. shall have the same enrollment 15 status that they maintain for their health care coverage. Individuals not in 16 active service shall not be eligible for dental benefits.
Dental Benefits. The following services are insured at 100% of the previous years’ O.D.A. fee schedule, subject to a $1,000 annual maximum and certain time limits: Diagnostic treatment Preventative treatment Minor restorative Minor surgical Periodontal Endodontics Major surgical The following services are insured at 50% of the previous years’ O.D.A. fee schedule, subject to a $1,000 annual maximum and the least expensive, therapeutic equivalent treatment: Removal partial or complete dentures |Crowns and inlays | Major restorative Orthodontic treatment for dependent children is insured at 50%, subject to a lifetime maximum of $1,000. Dental treatment required as a result of an accident may be covered at 100% up to $2,500 per person under the supplementary health portion of the benefit coverage. THIS OVERVIEW IS PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF EXPLAINING THE PRINCIPAL FEATURES OF THE BENEFIT PLAN. ALL RIGHTS WITH REGARDS TO THE BENEFITS OF A MEMBER ARE OUTLINED IN THE GROUP POLICY ISSUED BY THE BENEFIT CARRIER. EMPLOYER’S POLICIES (FOR INFORMATION ONLY) The Employer has promulgated several policies over the years that apply to Record employees. These policies are not part of the collective agreement; however, reference is made to some of them in various sections of the collective agreement. The Employer has an obligation to continue these policies for the term of our agreement and failure to apply these policies may be grounds for a grievance. The following policies are referred to in the collective agreement and are reproduced here for information purposes only. Both parties reviewed the policies to update the content where the intent was not altered in any way.