**United Concordia is dedicated to helping Active Duty Service Members impacted by natural disasters throughout the country. We realize you are wrestling with many issues and concerns in light of the current situation - your dental care shouldn’t be one of them.

If your dental treatment has been impacted by a natural disaster, please contact United Concordia’s disaster line at 1-800-858-0051 to locate a dentist and get answers to any questions regarding dental coverage. Please let us know you’ve been affected by the disasters when you call.**

**  Notice of System Maintenance **
In order to improve our service to you, we are performing system maintenance on Friday, January 21st, 2022 9:00 PM EDT until Saturday, January 22nd, 2022 6:00 AM EDT. Certain functions may not be available during this time. We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you.
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Appeals and Grievances


Remote active duty service members (ADSMs) are required to have an Appointment Control Number prior to accessing private sector dental care. If they do not receive one prior to receipt of care, the claim may be denied. Remote ADSMs may appeal a claim denial by contacting United Concordia in writing at:

  • United Concordia Companies, Inc.
  • ADDP Unit - Appeals
  • P.O. Box 69430
  • Harrisburg, PA 17106-9430

Grievances/Quality of Care Concerns

United Concordia is committed to providing quality outcomes through our network of dental professionals. We have a Dental Oversight Committee comprised of experienced dentists that credentials network providers every three years and monitors quality issues. Actions to correct quality issues include educational letters to providers, review of their patient records, in office review of records and examination of patients by a dental director, and termination from the network. We employ benchmark utilization reviews to ensure network dentists provide industry-standard levels of treatment. Our team of dentist advisors perform pre and post payment clinical reviews. United Concordia has well established Grievance and Appeal programs to ensure enrollee satisfaction and address quality concerns. In the event that a remote ADSM has a quality concern regarding procedures that have received from a United Concordia network provider, he/she should address them in the following manner:

  • The ADSM should address the first incident regarding clinical quality with the treating dentist to provide an opportunity to rectify the concern. If preferred, the ADSM can request that United Concordia contact the treating dentist for corrective action.
  • If the treating dentist does not correct the issue after the initial request, the ADSM should contact United Concordia to address your concerns.

To file a grievance, download the Grievance Form and submit it to United Concordia by mail or fax. For more information about the grievance process, consult the Quality of Care Concern Flow Chart.