How to Cancel Your Delta Dental Insurance Plan In 3 Steps

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How to Cancel Your Delta Dental Insurance Plan In 3 Steps

As the nation's leading supplier of dental insurance, provides healthy smiles for some 80 million Americans with the largest network of dentists on the planet.

As good as they are at ensuring the dental needs of you and your family, there may be other reasons afoot that are prompting you to cancel their services. In this post, we will address the issue of both by yourself, and the fast and easy way with the cancel services tools available from DoNotPay.

Delta Dental at a Glance

In 1954, employers and dentists on the west coast began to toy with the idea of providing an employer-backed dental coverage solution to address the dental needs of workers and their families in California, Washington, and Oregon. This effort was led by Delta Dental of Washington and the first dental coverage by employers was born.

In 2022, Delta Dental consists of some 39 independent companies that form the Delta Dental Network in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

Being considered as an industry leader, Delta Dental in its 68 years of providing service, can only muster a sad 1.2 out of 5-stars for a review score and over $64K in losses across 163 unsettled complaints.

Their most common complaints:

  • Unpaid claims for basic dental services
  • Unpaid claims for specialty dental service (that had been authorized by Delta Dental)
  • Inconsistent coverages across states
  • High-priced premiums for little to no coverage
  • Dentists refusing to honor Delta Dental

If you , it would seem that Delta Dental gives very little to smile about, and does very little to correct the issues!

Getting Out from Under Delta Dental

So, for whatever reason, you have decided that Delta Dental is just not a good fit for you and your family. You may have issues with getting a claim approved or a situation where the amount of your out-of-pocket expenses was substantially higher than it ought to be.

Whatever the reason, you and Delta Dental will be parting ways.

You may need to consult the fine print of your Delta Dental Plan Agreement concerning:

  • Opt-out policy
  • If you cancel your plan today, and decide to rejoin tomorrow you will be forced into another waiting period regardless of how long you have been with Delta Dental
  • Some plans are paid by the employer annually, and you may not be entitled to any monthly premium refund

Members have also reported unethical practices with any outstanding claims that hadn't been paid as of the canceling of their plan. It seems that as soon as you cancel, you cancel any outstanding claims as well.

If you feel that you have been victimized by canceling your Delta Dental Plan, you are encouraged to fill out and file a grievance with the company. Most members have stated that the grievance falls on deaf ears but if you remain persistent you may get a ruling in your favor.

Delta Dental Contact Information
Online SupportContact Page
Account AccessAccount Log-in/Sign-Up
Phone Number1-844-764-5301
Mailing AddressP.O. Box 1803. Alpharetta, GA 30023

Make Sure to Cancel All of Your Delta Dental Plan

Some of Delta Dental's plans are facilitated by the government. If this is the case, you may need to contact your local Social Security Office to see if you need to file a cancellation notice through them to completely cover all your bases when trying to cancel your Delta Dental Plan.

Too Many Confusing Ways to Make a Mistake

Delta Dental is a very large company with many associated agencies working in conjunction with the dental plan part of the company. Some of these agencies require you to also notify them when you are canceling your plan.

Delta Dental is made up of more than 39 different companies that create the Delta Dental Network. When canceling your Delta Dental Plan, it may be in your best interest to schedule a meeting with your Human Resource department manager to make sure you have severed all ties with Delta Dental.

Overlooking any piece of the Delta Dental puzzle may result in deductions still being taken out of your paycheck long after you thought you had canceled your coverage.

There are simply too many ways that can lead to a bitter situation when trying to cancel your Delta Dental Plan. There is a way to handle this faster, and easier!

How to Use DoNotPay to Cancel Your Delta Dental Plan

DoNotPay is an online information hub for all things Delta Dental. You can relax and do something you enjoy when you retain the services of DoNotPay! Look at how easy it is to get your Delta Dental Plan canceled by using the services from DoNotPay!

How to cancel your Delta Dental Plan in 3 steps:

  1. Log-in to DoNotPay and search for the Manage Subscriptions product.
  2. Provide the name of the subscription service you want to cancel.
  3. Provide your account details such as email address and username.

Once you submit the details, we'll work on canceling your coverage, and we'll even try to get a refund on your behalf.

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