Dental Discount Services

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Aetna ValuePassSM

Real savings on dental care

Aetna ValuePass gives you access to dental care at discounted rates from dentists in our national network. It’s not insurance. There are no claims, copays or deductibles. No paperwork. No limits on types of services. Once you enroll, just add funds to your Aetna ValuePass Card and use it to pay for any dental services you may need.

How does ValuePass work?

  • Check if Aetna ValuePass is sold in your state.
  • Find a dentist in our network and make an appointment.
  • Select the types of services you need
  • Add money to your Aetna ValuePass Card to pay for specific services, or preload your card with the dollar amount of your choice.
  • Use your Aetna ValuePass card to pay at the discounted rate for dental care. The dentist’s office swipes your card, and you pay the fee on the spot.

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Why use ValuePass?

You can use the card and save on the cost of dental services, insured or not. There’s no membership required or premiums to pay. Just pay your dentist as you go and get the same discounted rates that Aetna members enjoy. That’s 15%-50% off the average retail cost of dental services.*

Use Aetna ValuePass card instead of insurance, or in addition to it. Use the card to pay for braces, teeth whitening or veneers—and still save.

*Savings are based on average retail charges in the geographic area and Aetna’s negotiated rates. Actual retail charges and discounts provided by Aetna ValuePass participating providers will vary.

The Aetna ValuePassSM allows you to receive discounted dental services from any participating Aetna Dental Access® provider in the continental United States, and Alaska and Hawaii. (Not available in all states.) In certain states, the program may have different terms. See the Frequently Asked Questions for more information. Florida cardholders may not load dollars onto ValuePass to the extent that the sum of Aetna fees in the current calendar year would exceed $360.

ValuePass cards in Maryland are available only in digital form.

The Aetna ValuePass program (the "program") is not insurance. This program does not meet the Minimum Creditable Coverage requirements in Massachusetts. The program provides cardholders with access to discounted rates pursuant to schedules negotiated by Aetna Life Insurance Company (“Aetna”), 151 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, CT 06156, 1-888-215-6578, with dental providers (the “Aetna ValuePass participating providers”) in the Aetna Dental Access network. Aetna is the Discount Medical Plan Organization. Your card may be used at any dental provider, but you will only receive discounted rates at Aetna ValuePass participating providers. The range of discounts provided under the program will vary depending on the type of Aetna ValuePass participating provider and type of service received. The card provides payments directly to the providers accepting payments using the funds on your card. In order to receive a discount, you must use the card to pay for services or products furnished by the Aetna ValuePass participating providers. www.aetnavaluepass.com

Cardholders should check with the Aetna ValuePass participating provider before making an appointment to confirm pricing and acceptance of the card.

MasterCard is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. This card is issued by UMB Bank, n.a., pursuant to a license from MasterCard International Incorporated.

For more information about Aetna plans, refer to www.aetna.com.

Oklahoma form numbers for discount programs are: GR-96402-02 04-09

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