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Want to learn more about your dental options with TRICARE? Join the “TRICARE Dental Options for You and Your Family” webinar on Feb. 21, from 1 to 2 p.m. ET. This webinar will discuss dental options for service members and their family members. Dental experts from the Active Duty Dental Program (ADDP) and TRICARE Dental Program (TDP) will provide detailed information on these programs.

If you’re an active duty service member, you automatically receive TRICARE dental benefits. And if you live or work within 50 miles of a military dental clinic, you must seek care from a military dentist. But if you need care outside of a military dental clinic, you can seek care from a civilian dentist. The ADDP provides civilian dental care to service members who:

United Concordia Companies, Inc. (United Concordia) administers the ADDP. The ADDP is available to service members in the U.S. and U.S. territories. For ADSMs in remote overseas locations, International SOS Government Services, Inc. coordinates your dental care.

If you’re an active duty family member, you can get TDP coverage. Administered by United Concordia, TDP is a voluntary dental program that also covers National Guard and Reserve members and their family members. You can get dental care worldwide with TDP.

To learn more about ADDP and TDP, as well as how to get dental care through these programs, don’t miss the Feb. 21 webinar. Register today. A Q&A led by the presenters will follow the presentation.

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