Overview and Eligibility
The Company offers dental coverage through Aetna designed to help you and your covered family members maintain a healthy smile through regular preventive care and to fix any problems when they occur. This coverage is in effect from August 1, 2019 through July 31, 2020.
Aetna Dental Maintenance Organization Plan (DMO) is an HMO for teeth providing only in-network coverage that is coordinated by your primary care dentist (PCD). There is no deductible to meet and you pay a flat copay for services that are not fully covered by the plan, such as restorative services and orthodontics.
Aetna Dental Preferred Provider Organization Plan (PPO) offers cost sharing that kicks in after you meet the annual deductible (the deductible doesn't apply for in-network preventive and diagnostic care). Orthodontia is not covered under this plan. You can see any provider you wish, but you will pay less when you use an Aetna network dentist. Click here to learn more.
Use the dental plan comparison chart to compare the Aetna DMO and PPO plans.
Telepictures, WAG, Warner Horizon, and TV Affiliates employees who meet the eligibility criteria may enroll themselves, their spouse or domestic partner, and their dependent child(ren) up to age 26 in Company-sponsored dental coverage. For eligibility details, refer to the Summary Plan Description and List of Participating Employers. Note: You will need to provide a copy of your marriage certificate in order to enroll your spouse, birth certificates to enroll your children and the Domestic Partner Affidavit to enroll your domestic partner.
You can choose from three coverage levels: Employee only, Employee + 1, or Family
How to enroll
As a new hire: Take these steps to enroll within 30 days of your eligibility date.
During Open Enrollment: Complete and submit the Open Enrollment Form available on this website during the open enrollment window each year. Outside of annual Open Enrollment, you can only make changes to your benefits if you experience a qualified life event such as a birth, marriage, divorce, loss of other coverage, etc.
How the DMO plan works
You receive in-network preventive and diagnostic care at no cost, including routine exams, cleanings, fluoride treatments, and diagnostic X-rays.
For restorative services and orthodontics, the plan offers 100% coverage after you pay a flat copay.
There is no calendar year maximum so there is no limit to the amount of benefits the plan will pay in a year for certain eligible expenses.
More about the DMO plan
Schedule of Benefits (to follow)
Certificate of Coverage (to follow)
How the PPO plan works
• You receive in-network preventive and diagnostic care at no cost, including routine exams, cleanings, fluoride treatments, and diagnostic X-rays.
• For restorative services, you must first meet a deductible. Once the deductible is met, you’ll pay a percentage of your expenses with the plan paying the remainder; this amount is called your coinsurance.
• If you meet the calendar year maximum, you’ll be responsible for 100% of the cost for the remainder of the calendar year.
Find a Dentist
Provider Search makes it easy to search for in-network providers that meet your criteria. You can either log in to search (if you’re already registered) or search as a guest by entering your ZIP code. Be sure to search for network providers under the specific dental plan you are choosing:
• Aetna DMO: Select “DMO/DNO/Managed Dental,” then “DMO/DNO.” See step-by-step search instructions.
• Aetna PPO: Select “Dental PPO with PPO II,” then “Dental PPO/PDN with PPO II.” See step-by-step search instructions.
Additional Useful Information
Stay healthy with enhanced dental benefits. If you are pregnant or have diabetes or heart disease, your dental plan will automatically coverage an extra cleaning or visit to a dentist to treat gum disease. Click here to learn more.
Get oral health products at a discounted rate with Z Dental.
As required each year under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (ERISA), TTT West Coast, Inc. files financial information on its benefit plans with the Internal Revenue Service. ERISA also requires that a summary of this information be distributed to employees. Click here for information on the health and welfare benefit plans in effect from August 1, 2017 through July 31, 2018. The format of the Summary Annual Report is prescribed by Department of Labor regulations. Please note that these plans may not be applicable to you or your production.