2019 DENTAL BENEFITS
In 2019, the following dental plans are offered to eligible employees:
- CarePlus Dental
- Delta Dental EPO
Delta Dental PPO
Please see the 2019 Rate Charts for Active Employees and more information is available on each plan in the Benefits Guide.
Enrollment Status/ Self Service
Employees are responsible for keeping their enrollment status, including births and marriages, current through the City's Self Service program at www.milwaukee.gov/selfservice. All employees must have their Employee ID number (6-digits) and a password to access self service. To request or reset a password go to www.milwaukee.gov/rits.
Employees who do not enroll in the City's Health plan must complete the Health Waiver Form below for Affordable Care Act (ACA) reporting purposes. Please return the Waiver Form to DER Benefits Division, Room 701, City Hall.
HACM, WCD and MEDC employees should use the Dental Enrollment Form below. All City of Milwaukee employees enroll online through self service.
Delta Dental EPO
The Delta Dental EPO plan provides access to more than 350 dentists in the Milwaukee area. Plan participants can also access Delta Dental's national PPO network for added savings outside of the Milwaukee area. Dentists in the PPO network provide the best value and offer the greatest discounts, saving employees the most money.
Delta Dental PPO
The Delta Dental PPO plan provides coverage for any dentist inside or outside the state of Wisconsin. PPO network dentists provide the best discounts and save employees the most money. Employees can also choose Delta Dental Premier dentists, but the discounts aren't as good and seeing a Delta Dental Premier dentist will not save employees as much money as seeing a Delta Dental PPO dentist. Dentists outside of the two networks are covered, however, those services are not provided at a discounted rate.
Delta Dental General Resources
If you have questions regarding your benefits, unpaid bills, or problems with service, please call your health or dental plan. DO NOT call Employee Benefits until you have contacted your health or dental plan and are unable to arrive at a resolution. Employee Benefits will attempt to assist you with resolving your problem, but in no case will Employee Benefits attempt to change, question or provide a medical opinion. Document all your conversations with dates, times and names. DER will ask for this information when you call the Employee Benefits Division at 414-286-3184, You can also email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org