GIC Retiree Dental Plan
Metropolitan Life Insurance Company (MetLife) is the provider of the GIC Retiree Dental Plan. The plan offers a fixed reimbursement for dental services, such as examinations, cleanings, fillings, crowns and dentures.
As a member of this plan, you may go to the dentist of your choice. However, you will save money by visiting one of the over 218,000 nationwide network of participating dentists. When you visit a MetLife provider, your out-of-pocket expenses will be lower, as you usually pay the lower negotiated fee, even after you have exceeded your annual maximum.
This is an entirely voluntary plan (retiree-pay-all) that provides GIC members with coverage at discounted group insurance rates through convenient pension deductions.
All state retirees, Elderly Governmental Retirees (EGRs), survivors and GIC Retired Municipal Teachers (RMTs who do not participate in the municipal health-only program) are eligible for the GIC Retiree Dental Plan.
Eligible retirees may join during annual enrollment, when COBRA dental coverage ends, when they become a survivor of a GIC member, or at retirement. However, if you have ever dropped coverage, you can never re-enroll in the plan.
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GIC Retiree Dental Plan Questions?
Contact MetLife 1-866-292-9990
Retiree Dental Plan Handbook FY14 file size 1MB
Retiree Dental Plan Handbook FY14 Word Document (not yet available)
This information provided by the Group Insurance Commission.