Delta Dental PPO

The Delta Dental PPO plan gives you the freedom to visit any in-network or out-of-network dentist. Delta Dental PPO provides three options for selecting a dental provider. Each option provides coverage for the same types of services, but at different cost levels. The plan pays higher benefits (and you pay less) when you visit an in-network Delta Dental PPO dentist. Please refer to the Evidence of Coverage for a detailed list of covered services, exclusions and limitations.

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SFHSS Has Expanded Dental Coverage for Qualified Retirees with SmileWay

SFHSS retirees with a qualifying chronic health condition can opt in to receive expanded dental coverage with complimentary SmileWay® Wellness Benefits.

This benefit offers 100% coverage for four cleanings, gum maintenance procedures, scaling procedures or a combination of these three annually. Also included, is 100% coverage for one periodontal scaling and root planing procedure per quarter.

Qualifying conditions include:

  • Diabetes
  • Heart disease
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Stroke

To sign up, go to deltadentalins.com/ccsf or call (888) 335-8227 Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 8:00pm, PST

Plan Resources

Delta Dental Wellness Highlights

Delta Dental Cost Care Estimator

  • *New* Plan for dental procedures by using the Delta Dental Cost Care Estimator. Select a treatment and enter your zip code to get an estimate of dental work in your area. Note: if the estimator does not work, try using a different browser like Firefox or Chrome.

Contact Delta Dental PPO

SmileWay Program

To enroll in the SmileWay program, call (888) 335-8827 to speak to a representative. The Customer Service hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 8:00pm, PST.

You can also enroll in the SmileWay program online by going to deltadentalins.com/ccsf and logging into your Online Services Account (or create one by clicking on "Register"). Click the Optional Benefits tab in the left column. Click on the Opt In next to the name of the person you want to enroll. You can enroll yourself or a dependent child. Dependents over age 18 must self-elect through their own Online Services Account.