We are committed to providing the tools and information you need to make it easy to work with us, so you can focus on what matters most — your patient’s healthy smiles. We believe that a healthy smile translates into a happy, healthy life, so we want to create and protect healthy smiles for all Wyomingites. Delta Dental of Wyoming understands that our providers are an integral part of fulfilling our mission and doing business.
2021 Individual Plan Brochure
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2021 ACA Plan Application
Delta Dental of Wyoming is proud to introduce the NEW Health through Oral Wellness® program, or HOW® for short. HOW is a unique, patient-centered program that adds additional benefits to dental plans, based on the patient's individual oral health needs. By performing a simple risk assessment at the beginning of the patient's visit, high-risk patients may have access to additional preventive and health-sustaining benefits.
Good Oral Health Starts with a Healthy Smile! We offer affordable comprehensive dental plans to help you stay healthy and smiling.
Helping You Keep Your Employees Smiling. We aim to make dental insurance easy to understand and simple to use — keeping your employees smiling. At Delta Dental of Wyoming, we can customize or match a dental plan to meet your group’s needs. There are other choices out there for dental insurance, but 50+ years of experience and the largest network in Wyoming and nationwide help us stand out from the crowd.
We offer Off Exchange - Exchange Certified pediatric and adult dental benefit plans for both Individuals and Groups which can be purchased directly through Delta Dental of Wyoming.
As of October 1, 2020, Delta Dental of Wyoming will no longer be administering the Kid Care CHIP dental program. If you have questions, please contact the Kid Care CHIP program at 855-294-2127.
Am I required to submit a preauthorization of benefits before beginning treatment on a patient?
Preauthorization’s are not required, but they are strongly encouraged. Preauthorization’s reduce patients’ confusion about coverage levels and enhance goodwill among the dentist, the patient and Delta Dental. Preauthorization’s also allow your patient the opportunity to make proper financial arrangements for their portion of the treatment cost before actual work begins.
Why doesn’t Delta Dental of Wyoming allow for posterior composite fillings?
Posterior composites are an optional benefit and must be selected by the employer in order to be included in the patient’s plan.
Can I bill the patient the difference between my fee and your allowance?
When you participate with Delta Dental, if your fee or a service exceeds Delta Dental’s maximum plan allowance, participating dentists agree to write-off any difference and not charge the remaining balance to the patient.
Can I choose to participate only with Delta Dental of Wyoming?
By signing the contract to participate with Delta Dental of Wyoming, you also agree to see patients who have coverage through other Delta Dental Member Companies nationwide.
What are the benefits of participating with Delta Dental?
As a participating dentist,
Do I have to submit a claim form every month for orthodontic work?
Submitting a monthly claim for orthodontics is not necessary. Normally, the claim is filed for the entire treatment, and Delta Dental will set up the orthodontic case on an automatic payment schedule. Payments will be sent out on a bi-annual schedule until treatment is completed, terminated, or the patient is no longer eligible.
Do I have to take a write-off on a procedure that isn’t covered by the patient’s dental plan?
No, a participating Delta Dental provider is not required to take write-offs on procedures that are excluded by the patient's dental plan. If you have questions regarding this policy or if you have questions about a specific patient's benefits and whether a specific procedure is covered, please call us at 307-632-3313 or toll free at 1-800-735-3379.
If I don’t participate with Delta Dental, do my patients still have benefits?
Under most plans, your patient will still receive benefits, but he or she may have more out-of-pocket expenses and the Delta Dental payment will go directly to the patient.