Lincoln makes it simple to create dental plans that are the right fit, supporting oral health and overall wellness. Choose from several valuable plan options offering flexible terms, a large provider network and outstanding service.
Explore your dental options
Find out more about the dental products we offer.
Learn more. (PDF)
- Services include preventive, diagnostic, periodontics, endodontics and major restorations.
- PPO plans include our standard PPO plan, a certified family plan and the economical maximum allowable charge (MAC) plan.
- Additional dental products include DHMO and indemnity plans.
Our PPO plan has the #1 dental network by access points with over 440,000 access points and over 108,000 unique providers nationwide.*Flexible plans allow employers to choose services that will be covered and in what category of care.
- Cost-sharing options, such as coinsurance percentages, maximums and deductibles, including a lifetime deductible, can help keep employees’ premiums and employers’ costs down.
- Optional benefits include orthodontics and features that help employees use and extend their annual maximums.
- Several wellness options include additional routine cleanings and adult fluoride.
Dental benefit providers
- Are you part of the Lincoln DentalConnect® network?
Find out now. (PDF)
- Discount vision services deliver savings on a variety of products and procedures.
- Our hearing program offers access to hearing care and hearing aids at discounted rates.
Part of an overall wellness solution
More than 90% of all systemic diseases have oral signs and symptoms. Regular dental care can play a vital role to maintain overall health, which is why Lincoln offers oral cancer detection screening and additional routine cleanings.
Real-time, online group administration
Employers benefit from online access to enrollments, claims and certificates, bill payment and claims management—saving them time and money. Employees can calculate costs, find a dentist and check claims status in English or Spanish.
* Source: Ignition Group’s March 2017 NetMinder Report. Access points are counted by looking at each dental provider at each office location in a network.