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Group Dental Insurance (UHC)
AdvanStaff HR is delighted to offer a comprehensive dental plan to our worksite employer groups.
Plan offerings are made at the direction of the worksite employer. If your worksite offers a dental plan, then you will enroll at the time of hiring or through annual open enrollment via the employee portal.
If dental coverage is offered by your employer, it is usually offered to full-time employees who opt-in to the plan. Employee contributions are made via payroll deductions.
It is important you first verify the carrier, the plan, and then the coverages available to you.
It’s important you verify coverage before choosing a dental provider.
To verify coverage:
- Log in to the Employee Portal
- Click on the “Benefits Tab”
- Click on the “Summary” (see image below)
- Confirm for your dental plan and coverage
Employee Portal Example:
Any benefit plan enrollments will be listed on this page. Here you can verify the carrier, plan name, enrollment status, and your monthly contribution amount.
Once you verify enrollment, you know your carrier and plan to find a contracted provider.
AdvanStaff offers a “master” policy dental plan. A master policy is a very competitive, full featured group insurance plan offered by many of our worksite employers.
If the benefit program listed on the employee portal benefit summary is not identified as “UHC” (United HealthCare) then it is possible your employer offers a unique plan specific to your group.
If that carrier is not listed in the Employee Info Center on the AdvanStaff website, then please contact our benefits department for assistance.
Once you confirm you are enrolled in UHC Dental.
You have several options to find a provider in your area.
Contact your favorite provider and ask if they are an in-network provider for United HealthCare (UHC) Dental coverage. If so, you are all set!
Your Dental provider may technically accept UHC Coverage but may not be contracted with UHC as an in-network provider. This means they may not mutually agree to a bill rate but will accept partial payment from UHC. In this case, the provider will “balance bill” the patient at an additional cost.
The carrier will still pay the contracted allowable amount to your dentist, but you will be responsible for any billed amount remaining over the contracted provider rate.
If your UHC Dental member card is lost, you can instantaneously access your account and reprint a new card ay the MYUHC Member Portal.
Simply register and log into the portal to access your benefits account.
The MyUHC Member portal is an important resource that helps you manage and utilize your benefits effectively.
First, register at the portal using the button below:
Once you are registered and logged in, you can:
- View and replace lost member cards
- Learn more about your plan
- Find a contracted dental service provider in your area
- Get estimates for procedures
- Review your account balances for all members on the plan
- Review benefit usage and claims to the plan
- And much more…
If you have trouble logging into the member portal, please first verified you are enrolled in the UHC Dental plan by looking at your benefit lineup in the Employee Portal.
If you are enrolled and still unable to access your account, please call UHC Member Support at 877-844-4999. You can also call Advanstaff HR at 702-598-0000 or open a support ticket for a faster response.
If you have any questions regarding the benefit plans available to you, please start by contacting the AdvanStaff HR benefits department.
A benefit specialist will respond promptly. You may also request a one-on-one consultation at any time. We are happy to help.