Welcome Federal Employees & Retirees

You must choose a primary care dentist before you utilize the plan. Prior to your effective date, you will receive a notification prompting you to select a dentist. You can find a current list of dentists online at FederalDentalPlans.com/find-dentist.

You can also call us toll-free at 855.836.6337 to request a dentist list be mailed to you. After your effective date, simply call the dental office you selected and make an appointment. Except for out-of-area emergency care, you must receive treatment at the dental office you selected.

As long as you remain an eligible Federal employee, you will remain on the plan. For any questions regarding eligibility, please contact your ABO or BENEFEDS toll-free at 877.888.3337; TTY 877.889.5680. If you leave your place of employment and are no longer eligible for the FEDVIP program, please contact Dominion about plan options using a direct payment method.

  • Enrollment, including Qualifying Life Events
  • Eligibility
  • Billing and payment
  • Updates to contact information

 You may go online to BENEFEDS.com or call BENEFEDS Call Center toll-free at 877.888.3337; TTY 877.889.5680.

  • Plan information
  • ID card requests
  • Dentist search and selection
  • Dental office transfers

You may go online to FederalDentalPlans.com or call our Service Center toll-free at 855.836.6337; TTY 711.

  • Rates starting as low as $5.66. Rates reduced up to 6% from last year in the DC Metro area
  • Extensive coverage at predictable, pre-determined fees
  • One of the largest Dental HMO networks in the Mid-Atlantic1
  • Third annual cleaning provided at a reduced fee
  • Prevention Rewards Program
  • Discounts on Invisalign and teeth whitening procedures
  • Orthodontic coverage for children and adults (no lifetime maximum)
  • Access to digital ID card, dentist search and more via Dominion's Go mobile notification service
 1 Dominion Dental Services, Inc. Network Analysis Report, 2018. Mid-Atlantic includes D.C., Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Participating dentists are subject to change.

Federal and U.S. Postal Service employees and annuitants, including dependents, are eligible. Dependents include your spouse and unmarried children under age 22.

For any questions regarding eligibility, please contact your Agency Benefits Officer (ABO) or BENEFEDS toll-free at 877.888.3337; TTY 877.889.5680.

Yes. This benefit is part of the FEDVIP program and is endorsed by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM).

There are two ways for you to enroll.

  1. Go to BENEFEDS.com, which contains extensive support and FAQs to assist you through the enrollment process. If you don’t already have an online BENEFEDS account, you will be prompted to create one prior to enrolling.
  2. Call BENEFEDS Call Center toll-free at 877.888.3337; TTY 877.889.5680.

Dominion's Dental HMO plan includes:

  • Quality care a predetermined fees
  • Extensive coverage for over 250 procedures
  • No charge for oral exams, cleanings, X-rays or topical fluoride for children (after the $10 office visit fee)  
  • Specialist care is also provided at the listed copayment
  • Choose any in-network dentist from one of the largest Dental HMO networks in the Mid-Atlantic1
  • Significient savings when your dentist participates in our Dental HMO network (must use a participating dentist for services)
  • All network dentists must meet Dominion’s Quality Assurance Program standards
  • Out-of-Area Emergency Care: You are covered up to $100 for palliative emergency dental treatment
 1 Dominion Dental Services, Inc. Network Analysis Report, 2018. Mid-Atlantic includes D.C., Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Participating dentists are subject to change.
  • A PPO plan lets you use any dentist. The Dental HMO Plan requires the use of a participating dentist that has been certified by Dominion.
  • A PPO plan has annual maximum dollar limits. The Dental HMO Plan does not have any maximum annual dollar limits.
  • A PPO plan covers procedures as a percentage of coverage whereas it might not be clear what the member’s out-of-pocket costs will be. On the Dental HMO Plan there are specific copayments listed for each covered service (and no member out-of-pocket guess work).