TRICARE Retiree Dental Program Makes Your Mouth and Your Wallet Smile
In the spirit of Financial Literacy Month that recently passed, it is a good
time for a reminder of why having comprehensive dental coverage under the
TRICARE Retiree Dental Program (TRDP) makes good financial sense.
When seeing a participating TRDP network dentist - who has agreed to accept
reduced fees and will file all claims paperwork - TRDP enrollees get two routine
exams, a set of x-rays and two cleanings (or three for diagnosed diabetics) at
100% of the program's allowed amount with no out-of-pocket expenses. In most
cases, TRDP enrollees will save more money on just these routine services than
they would pay in annual premiums-and will have more of their $1,300 annual
maximum left to pay for other services offered by the TRDP, such as root canals,
oral surgery, crowns, bridges and dental implants. In addition to the annual
maximum, each TRDP enrollee also gets a separate $1,200 dental accident maximum
and a lifetime orthodontic maximum of $1,750.
For more information on saving money and maintaining and improving your dental
health with the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program, visit <http://www.trdp.org>
trdp.org today and <http://youtu.be/NVYH-i10hjo> Watch the Plan Video.
SOURCE: Delta Dental News Release, 22 June 2015
NOTE: For more TRDP related information, to locate participating dentists,
etc., please visit the TRICARE website at
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