Unum Dental

Give your employees the advantage of a network of over 323,000 dental providers, while you take advantage of adding Dental Insurance to your Unum benefits package.

Do more together, get more done

Combine Dental Insurance with your Unum coverage. Simplify your offering while empowering your employees.

With nearly 3/4 of workers reporting that offering quality Dental Insurance is very important to their job satisfaction1, it’s important for  employers like you to keep up with their needs. More time. More support. More peace of mind, with Unum Dental.

dental cleaning icon Preventative services included

network icon Network of over 323,000
to choose from

online account management icon Online account management
and mobile app

Our team is ready to provide you with a quote and show you how we can work with your broker or consultant to get you these benefits.


See what Unum can do for your employees

Simplify your benefit offering and protect your employee's health, by bringing together dental coverage with your other Unum benefits today.
  • Preventative services included
  • Extra cleaning for expectant mothers
  • 100% coverage for some services
  • Freedom to choose new providers at any time
  • Network of over 323,000 to choose from
  • Online account management and mobile app
  • Optional vision rider
  • And much more

1. 2017 Health and Voluntary Benefits Survey Results. Employee Benefit Research Institute. Paul Fronstin, Ph.D., Employee Benefit Research Institute, and Lisa Greenwald, Greenwald & Associates, “Workers Rank Health Care as the Most Critical Issue in the United States.” EBRI Notes, Vol. 39, No.1. Jan. 25, 2018. Page 7-8. The results of the 2017 survey were reported to be unchanged from 2016 survey result. However, the 2017 findings focus more about the general perceptions of the healthcare system. [See summary of the 2016 Health and Voluntary Benefits Survey. “87% of workers report that employment-based health insurance is extremely or very important, followed by a retirement savings plan (77 percent) and dental or vision (72 percent).”]