** Important information for Active Duty Service Members**

COVID-19 update: To ensure the safety of both patients and dental staff, the American Dental Association is asking that all elective (non-emergency) dental procedures be postponed at this time. Click here for more information on dental emergencies.

If you are experiencing a dental emergency (emergency dental care includes any treatment necessary to relieve pain, treat infection, or control bleeding) you should:

  • Call United Concordia’s dental emergency line at 1-800-858-0051*
For more information on remote and DTF-referred emergency policies, click here.

* Note that this line is to be used for dental emergencies only.  It is available Sunday, 6:00 pm - Friday, 10:00 pm, Eastern Time.

You may also seek care for a dental emergency from your closest emergency room; however, please understand that the healthcare system may be overwhelmed with medical patients at this time and it is recommended that you contact your dentist and/or United Concordia for assistance.

** Important information for dentists.** Learn more.

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Who is not eligible:

The following individuals are not eligible for ADDP:

  • Personnel in the Transitional Assistance Management Program (TAMP) not activated in support of a contingency operation.
  • Personnel in the Transitional Assistance Management Program (TAMP) activated for a contingency operation for less than 30 days.
  • Active duty service members (ADSMs) of the Commissioned Corps of the Public Health Service (PHS)*
  • Family members of active duty uniformed services personnel
  • Family members of National Guard and Reserve service members
  • National Guard and Reserve service members who are not on active duty for more than 30 days in support of a contingency operation or preplanned mission
  • Retired service members and their families
  • Former spouses
  • Parents and parents-in-law
  • Disabled veterans

*PHS ADSM dental care is covered independently by the PHS.