Your out-of-pocket costs are usually lower when you visit a dentist in the MetLife network. That’s because they have agreed to accept negotiated fees that are typically 30 to 45% less than average dental charges in the same community3. This may help lower your final costs and stretch your plan maximum. Negotiated fees may even extend to non-covered services and services provided after you've reached the plan maximum.4
Service where and when you want it.
MyBenefits, your secure self-service website through MetLife, is available 24/7.5 You can use the site to get estimates on care or check coverage and claim status. Plus, if you are on the go and need to find an in-network provider, view a claim or see your ID card, there’s an app for that.6 Search “MetLife” at iTunes App Store or Google Play to download the app.7
3Based on internal analysis by MetLife. Savings from enrolling in a dental plan will depend on various factors, including how often participants visit the dentist and the costs for services rendered.
4Negotiated fees for non-covered services may not apply in all states. Negotiated Fees refers to the fees that in-network dentists have agreed to accept as payment in full, subject to any copayments, deductibles, cost sharing and benefit maximums. Savings from enrolling in a dental benefits plan will depend on various factors, including the cost of the plan, how often participants visit the dentist and the cost of services rendered.
5With the exception of scheduled or unscheduled systems maintenance or interruptions, the MyBenefits website is typically available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
6The features of the MetLife Dental Mobile App are not available for all MetLife Dental Plans.
7Before using the MetLife Dental Mobile App, you must register at www.metlife.com/mybenefits from a computer. Registration cannot be done from your mobile device.