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Dental

For your dental health, Pacific offers two dental plan choices. You have the option to enroll in the Delta Dental PPO plan or the DeltaCare® USA DHMO plan. You do not have to be enrolled in a medical plan in order to select dental benefits. Your coverage category for dental may be different from the choice you made for medical.


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Delta Dental PPO plan

DeltaCare® USA DHMO

The Delta Dental PPO plan offers flexibility as well as dentist choice. You may choose any dentist for treatment, but it is to your advantage to choose a Delta Dental PPO dentist when obtaining care to enjoy the lowest out-of-pocket costs. The DeltaCare® USA plan features set copayments so that you always know what your out-of-pocket costs will be. There are no annual deductibles, no maximums for covered benefits and no waiting periods including orthodontic benefits.


  
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry:

Many Faculty, Staff and Students can take advantage of convenient locations for their and their family dental needs.

San Francisco Main Clinic
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
The school's Main Clinic in San Francisco provides comprehensive oral health care to thousands of patients each year.

Website:

San Francisco Main Clinic

Contact:

415.929.6501 (main clinic phone)

Union City Dental Care Center
Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry
This satellite clinic is located in Union City and serves a number of East Bay Area communities. It has 13 dental operatories and is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment.

Website:

Union City Dental Care Center

Contact:

510.489.5200 (main clinic phone)

 


Qualified Benefit Change? Please visit benefits.pacific.edu to enroll or waive benefits.

The University of the Pacific must report the cost of medical and dental insurance that we provide for a domestic partner. The value of this benefit is subject to Federal Income, State Income, Social Security and Medicare taxes. The University of the Pacific must deduct and withhold these taxes from your paycheck based on the market value of the coverage, called "imputed income." The market value of coverage is calculated as the difference between the actuarial value of insurance for employee only and insurance for employee and one dependent.