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Dental Benefit Plans

Use our resources to navigate the requirements of provider agreements, file dental claims and better understand your appeal rights as a dentist. If you experience challenges, you can submit your dental benefit plan issues online for review.

California Department of Managed Health Care Licensed Dental Plans

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As a member service, CDA has compiled a list of dental plans from the Department of managed Health Care website below.  Please click on the plan name which will link you to the plan’s contact information listed on the DMHC website.  

Please note: The California Dental Association does not endorse these companies or their dental programs.

If you are considering becoming an in-network provider, some plans have provider applications available on their websites.

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Contact your dental plans to stress the importance of providing meaningful financial relief.

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Dental Benefit Plan News

Photo of partial keyboard with finger hovering over a red key with the word Do you have dental benefit plan-related questions or issues? Help from CDA is a click away

Do you have a question about a dental benefit issue? You can receive timely assistance from a CDA Practice Support expert. Simply submit your question online using the dental submission form available within your account. 

Q4 Practice Health Check: Reviewing benefit claims processes and code changes for 2022

A new CDA Practice Health Check can help dental practices prepare for the American Dental Association’s CDT code changes for 2022. The ADA updates CDT codes annually, and failure to review the changes could lead to unnecessary claim denials and delays. 

It's that time of year: Are you prepared to be audited by a dental benefit plan?

Every July, CDA Practice Support starts hearing from members who have received notice from a dental benefit plan about a forthcoming audit. CDA's dental benefits analyst explains the post-pay audit, when dentists must participate in the audit and dentists' right to appeal the findings.