What happens if you or a family member has more than one dental plan? It may seem strange, but it's actually common and it's called dual coverage.

For example, let's say you have your own dental insurance plan. But, your spouse also has an insurance plan that covers you too. This might mean you're covered by more than one dental plan at the same time.

If you're covered by more than one dental plan that doesn't mean you get double the benefits. But you might save money on dental treatment. Learn more about how dual coverage works and why it may or may not benefit you.
This infographic is intended to be informational in nature. Procedures and technology referenced may not be covered by your plan. Refer to your dental plan documents for specific coverage details.
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