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Graduate Appointees/Appointed PostDoc Fellows
Dental Plan

The dental plan is available to all eligible Appointees, regardless of area of residence. Cigna Dental Health, Inc., is the plan administrator.

PPO

This is a traditional plan that provides reimbursement for dental services from a network of participating providers, or at a lower benefit, outside the network from any licensed dentist of your choice. You are required to pay the dentist for normal charges and then file a claim for reimbursement when an out of network provider is used.

Dental Plan Highlights

 

Appointee Premiums
Premiums for qualifying Appointees are fully paid by the University.
 
Spring 2016 Premium^
Fall 2016 Premium^
Student*
$1,740.80
$1,243.43
^The Fall premium is for August 1 – December 31. The Spring premium is for January 1 – July 31. The rate includes both medical and dental coverage.

 

Dependent Premiums
 
Medical Monthly
Premium
Dental Monthly
Premium
Total Monthly
Premium
Spouse*
$728.19
$18.58
$746.77
Child(ren)*
$551.26
$27.91
$579.17

*Dependent premium rates are paid for by the Appointee on a monthly basis to University Human Resources. See the Eligibility and Enrollment Guidelines to verify if your dependent qualifies.

* Beginning July 1, 2016, premiums for all eligible dependents of the School of Medicine Postdoctoral Fellows will also be covered by the school.

 

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Page updated: 17 June 2016
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