Dental Insurance. Full-time employees, spouses and their dependents, shall be provided with dental benefits, which shall be paid in full by the Employer with the exception of an employee per pay period contribution. The level of benefits shall be as described in Appendix D. Additional benefits, terms of coverage, exclusions and limitations not described in and not inconsistent with Appendix D shall be comparable to those set out in the Dental Plan Description for active state employees in effect as of June 30, 2007. The per pay period contribution shall be: Employee $2.00 Employee +1 $4.00 Family $6.00 The Employer shall provide coverage under the dental plans consistent with Chapter 321 of the Laws of 2006, (i.e., Michelle’s Law). Part-time employees shall receive dental insurance benefits where applicable by law.
Dental Insurance. The Trustees agree to pay one hundred percent (100%) of the employee premium of a dental insurance program for full-time employees. The benefit levels of this program shall provide one hundred percent (100%) coverage for preventative care and eighty percent (80%) coverage for general service care. The Trustees agree to provide payroll deduction for dental insurance, provided such arrangements are agreed to by the insurance carrier. Dependent coverage will be available provided there is sufficient employee participation in the dental insurance program. Dependent coverage will be at the employee's expense.
Dental Insurance. 1. Except as modified in paragraph 2, below, the State of Vermont Employee Dental Assistance Plan effective July 1, 2001, shall be at least substantially equivalent to the benefits under the Plan in effect on June 30, 2001, including the provision that there shall be a one (1) year limit (based on the actual date of service) for the filing of claims.
Dental Insurance. The University shall make available dental insurance to the employees covered by this agreement to the same extent and in the same manner and at the same costs as is available to other University employees, such as Faculty and the Executive, Administrative and Professional Staff employees. It is the University’s goal to have the same dental insurance plan(s) offered uniformly to all University employee groups and employees.
Dental Insurance. 2018 – The County and the employee will split the increase in premium for single and family coverage 50/50. 2019– The County and the employee will split the increase or decrease in premium for single and family coverage 50/50. 2020– The County and the employee will split the increase or decrease in premium for single and family coverage 50/50. Changes will be effective January 1 of each year.
Dental Insurance. The School District shall contribute a sum not to exceed $36.00 per month toward the premium for dental coverage for each full-time employee employed by the School District who qualifies for and is enrolled in dental coverage in the School District’s group dental insurance plan. Any additional cost of the premium shall be borne by the employee and paid by payroll deduction.
Dental Insurance. The County agrees to contribute the amount of the current monthly insurance premium for dental coverage to cover the employee and full dependent contribution and pick up any inflationary cost during the term of this Agreement. The existing California Dental Service Plan coverage will be continued in accordance with the following schedule: Basic and Prosthodontics: 75-25 - no deductible. $2,000 maximum per patient per calendar year. Orthodontics: 60-40 - no deductible. $2,000 lifetime maximum per patient (no age limit). The County will continue to provide an alternative dental plan. The current alternative Dental plan is Liberty Dental. The County will contribute up to the same dollar amount to this alternative dental plan premium as is paid to the Delta Dental Plan.