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Protecting your employees’ smiles

Keep employees smiling and keep your business strong with dental benefits from Delta Dental of South Dakota, the state's most experienced oral health company.

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Employee wellness

Help your employees stay on the path toward better overall health and higher productivity with our LifeSmile materials.

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Better benefits. No added premium.

Our Prevention Pays feature is now included in our fully insured plans with no additional premium cost. On average, the feature extends an additional $500 in coverage every year!

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Options for group plans

We're working to be as flexible as possible to help you maintain your employees' dental benefits through the pandemic or resume them as easily as possible in the future.

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Our dental plans

Whether you have two employees or two thousand, we offer a variety of plans, product features and funding options to help you create healthy smiles and a healthy bottom line.

A dental plan is good for business

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    Attract & retain quality employees

    • 88% of employees say better benefits - including dental - are key factors when they consider choosing a job. ('The Most Desirable Employee Benefits,' Harvard Business Review, 2/15/17)

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    Oral health affects productivity

    • 1 in every 12 South Dakota adults report missing work because of the condition of their mouth and teeth. 1 in 10 say it affects their ability to do normal tasks. ('Oral Health & Well Being in South Dakota, 2015," Health Policy Institute, Am. Dental Assoc.)

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    Dental benefits promote good oral health

    • 78% of Americans are more likely to seek preventive or restorative care if they have dental benefits. ("Fall 2016 Study - Newsworthy Analysis," Delta Dental Plans Assoc.)

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    Oral health is connected to overall health

    • Poor oral health can lead to and worsen serious overall health issues. More than 90% of all systemic diseases - like diabetes and heart disease - are linked to oral health. ("Importance of Oral Health to Overall Health," Academy of General Dentistry, Feb. 2017)

Experience. Service.

Dental benefits have been our sole focus for more than 55 years. That's why nearly all dentists in South Dakota are part of our network, giving your employees an unbeatable choice in dental care.

Because we're a member of the Delta Dental Plans Association, your employees will also have access to the largest dentist network in the nation.

We pride ourselves on making your dental plan easy to use and giving you outstanding local customer service from our offices in South Dakota.

Need advice?

Let us help you sort through your options. We'll help you get the coverage you need on your terms. We're ready to help!

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Employer tools

Online billing

View and download your invoice and enrollment roster with our Employer Connect online billing access.

Online eligibility

Manage enrollment information for your company plan with our Employer Connect online eligiblity access.

Enrollment change form

Make changes to your group's enrollment roster of primary members and dependents.

Qualifying event form

Notify us of a change in coverage status for an an enrolled primary member or dependent.

Electronic Funds Transfer form

Set up an automatic funds transfer to auto-pay your monthly invoice.