Dental Care Sample Clauses

Dental Care. Provider shall ensure that dentists and non-dentist ----------- dental care personnel are available in sufficient numbers as are necessary or appropriate to provide Dental Care to reasonably meet the demand for such Dental Care. In the event that dentists employed by, or shareholders of, Provider are not available to provide Dental Care coverage, Provider shall engage and retain dentists on a temporary coverage basis, which dentists shall meet or exceed the qualifications required for Provider's Dental Care Professionals under this agreement. All costs and expenses associated with the retention of such temporary coverage shall be Provider Expenses. With the assistance of the Service Company, Provider and the dentists shall be responsible for scheduling dentist and non- dentist dental care personnel coverage of all dental procedures. Provider shall cause all dentists to exert their best efforts to develop and promote Provider in such a manner as to ensure Provider is able to serve the diverse needs of the community. Provider shall organize and maintain a high quality, cost-effective process for ensuring that patients will have timely access to emergency Dental Care on a 24-hour, seven day per week basis.
Dental Care a. For those members of the bargaining unit who are not covered by other dental insurance, the Board agrees to provide a plan composed of Class I – Preventative (office visits, cleaning, x-rays and fluoride): 100%, Class II – Restorative (crowns, fillings, root canals, periodontics, and oral surgery): 90%, class IIIMajor (bridges and dentures): 90%, Class IVOrthodontic: 90% ($2000.00 lifetime maximum to age 19). Class I, II and III benefits will have a $2000.00 yearly maximum. This plan is a preferred provider organization (PPO) with no deductible when the employee utilizes the ADN, Dentemax or Michigan Dental Plan networks. Out-of-network services will be paid at the highest in-network rate among the three networks listed above. The employee will be responsible for any additional charges.
Dental Care. This agreement provides coverage for covered dental care services listed in this section. If a dental service is not specifically listed as covered, it is not covered under this agreement. Only services that we have reviewed and determined are eligible for coverage under this agreement are covered; all other services are not covered. See the Summary of Medical Benefits for benefit limits and the amount you pay. Definitions The following definitions apply to this Section 3.5:
Dental Care. (a) Upon receipt by the insurer within ninety (90) days from the date of billing by the dentist and approval by the insurer of due proof that an eligible employee or dependent has incurred expenses for covered dental services, the insurer will, subject to Article B.12, re-imburse the employee for one hundred percent (100%) of the charges for covered dental services listed under Article B.10 (b) Part “A”; ninety percent (90%) of the charges for covered dental service listed under Article
Dental Care. The College shall provide dental care insurance. The specifications and carrier shall be determined by the College. Coverage cannot be less than provided in June of 2006 (MESSA Delta Dental $1,000 per person total per benefit year on Class I, II and III 80/80/60); 50% co-pay up to $1,000 per person lifetime orthodontic maximum on class IV. These funds shall be limited to one plan per household.
Dental Care. Each employee shall be enrolled in one of the MESSA Delta Dental Full Family Plans (0689-0003, 0689-0004, 0689-0005, or 0689-0006). The plan shall be a true group with internal and external coordination of benefits.
Dental Care. The Board agrees to provide full family coverage for a dental health plan (presently Delta Dental) for all employees (presently Option 2C - $1,500 coverage and 80/20 restoration).
Dental Care. The dental care benefit will not be available to an employee hired on or after January 21, 1999 who does not have one or more years of seniority. Deductible Amount: Basic $25.00 Family $50.00 Insurance Percentage: 100% Additional Basic 100% Major 50% Orthodontic 50% Annual Maximum for each insured person Basic, Additional Basic and Major $1,500.00 Lifetime Maximum for each insured person Orthodontic $1,500.00 Fee Guide: The ODA Fee Guide for the prior calendar year Termination: on the date you retire or on the date you attain age 65, whichever is earlier.