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Veritas offers three dental plans administered by MetLife (the 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 Plans) which differ in cost and benefit levels. You have the option of going to a dental care provider not in the MetLife Preferred Dentist Provider network (PDP) and will still be covered up to the plan maximums, however reimbursement is based on "reasonable and customary*" charges.
MetLife Dental Group Number - 302291
Employee Cost Per Pay Period 2019
MyBenefits Online Information
The MetLife MyBenefits website allows plan participants to manage their dental benefits online. In addition to exploring various available benefits, you may register to view your personalized plan and policy information, check the status of a claim, or gain access to your enrollment information.
MetLife ID Cards/MetLife Unique ID
To support Veritas' progress toward "greening" our operations, we no longer issue dental ID cards. This change is becoming standard in the dental insurance industry. To verify your or your dependent's eligibility, supply your provider with your MetLife Unique ID number. Use this number for the "Employee ID" field when you log in to MetLife's website.
Oral Surgery Coverage
Your MetLife dental plan covers oral surgery services that are both medical and dental in nature. Prior to seeking oral surgery services, contact MetLife to determine if a predetermination of benefits is required.
*Reasonable and Customary Fee Limit - All insurers have a standard they use to determine whether a dental charge is reasonable, known as the reasonable and customary (R&C) fee limit. When a provider charges more than the R&C Veritas has established with MetLife, your policy covers only that portion of a charge which does not exceed the R&C fee limit.