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Compare Delta Dental vs. eHealth Dental Insurance

What’s the difference between Delta Dental Insurance and eHealth Dental Insurance? See how our editors compare the two companies below.
Last Updated: November 20, 2017
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Delta Dental Insurance
9.7 / 10 - Excellent
#6 in Dental Insurance
eHealth Dental Insurance
9.7 / 10 - Excellent
#3 in Dental Insurance
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Key Facts

  • Network of more than 145,000 dentists and 292,000 office locations
  • Serves 60 million, 1/3 of the entire American public
  • Delta Dental companies processed 93 million dental claims in 2012 alone with an accuracy rate of 99.7 percent
  • Also available from our partner eHealthInsurance.com
  • Highly competitive prices from most major providers including Delta Dental
  • Dental indemnity plan
  • More than 200 licensed agents
  • 24/7 Live Chat Support
  • Online Account Management

ConsumersAdvocate.org Ratings

9.7 / 10 - Excellent
9/10
Coverage
10/10
Benefit Limits
10/10
Plan Options
10/10
Customer Service
10/10
Cost
10/10
Reviews
9.7 / 10 - Excellent
10/10
Coverage
10/10
Benefit Limits
10/10
Plan Options
10/10
Customer Service
10/10
Cost
10/10
Reviews

Customer Reviews

 (37)
1.8 / 10 - Terrible
3%
5 stars
0%
4 stars
5%
3 stars
3%
2 stars
89%
1 stars

Final Verdict

eHealth Dental Insurance and Delta Dental Insurance are very close in quality and have the same overall rating. That said, eHealth scores better than Delta Dental across: Coverage, Benefit Limits, Plan Options, Cost, and In-Network Dentists. Whereas, Delta Dental scores better on Customer Service, and Reviews.


Latest Reviews

Dave S
Walnut Creek, California
6/2/2017
Delta Dental Insurance review
I've had Delta Dental for many years and they've always processed my claims quickly and accurately.


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Becky
Bullhead City, Arizona
12/6/2016
Delta Dental Insurance review
Shopping for new dental insurance. Delta used to be the BEST in Arizona but they cover less with higher deductibles than when I signed up over 5 years ago. In addition, my premiums have more than doubled from $500/year for me and spouse to over $1100/year now. They have always paid their bills and I have not heard differently in the last year.