Welcome, Swift Transportation Employees!

We're proud to be the dental benefits carrier of choice for Swift Transportation. With the largest network of dentists nationwide, quick answers and personalized service, we make it easy to keep your smile healthy.

Enrollment Information

The enrollment change period runs November 15 - November 29, 2023. Any changes to your dental plan should be made by November 29.

  • Employees who are not currently enrolled on a Swift Transportation dental plan but would like Delta Dental coverage for 2024 must enroll by November 29, 2023.
  • Employees who are already on a Swift Transportation dental plan will automatically be enrolled in a Delta Dental plan. If you need to make changes to your plan, please do so by November 29, 2023.

Once the enrollment change period ends, you'll need a qualifying life event to enroll in our dental plans for Swift Transportation.


Dental Plan Webinar for Swift Transportation Enrollees

Want to learn more about the dental plan? Watch this informative webinar! It gives you a great overview of the plan coverage, plus the variety of oral health resources available to keep your smile healthy.

Important Plan Information & Documents


New to Delta Dental?

Welcome to the Delta Dental family! To get the most out of your dental benefits, create a member portal account. Then come back to this page to learn more about using your benefits and the resources available to members.

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Member Portal

Print your ID card, view your coverage, check claims status, download your EOBs and more.

Using Your Benefits

Using your dental insurance plan is easy. Just follow these 4 simple steps!

Find a Dentist

With 3,700+ in-network dentists in Arizona, you're sure to find the one that's right for you!

LifeSmile Score

Improve your dental health by learning your risk for dental disease. Take the FREE oral health assessment today!

Benefits Resources

Check out our benefits resource library. It's a great primer on all things dental insurance!

Oral Health Resources

Questions about your teeth, gums and smile? Our oral health resource library is the place to go!

Understanding Your EOB

After a visit to the dentist’s office, you may receive an explanation or statement of benefits, also known as an EOB. But what exactly is an EOB? And how do you read it? Learn more in this informative video.

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What good is dental insurance if you don't know how to use it? Get tips on using and understanding your dental plan.

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Frequently Asked Questions 

Yes! Your health insurance covers just about everything EXCEPT your teeth. Without dental insurance, a trip to the dentist could take a big bite out of your wallet. Much like your car, it wouldn't take much to spend a thousand dollars or more. A crown may cost $953 and a root canal might run you $997. Even a simple cleaning would come in at more than $83. Dentist visits can be expensive, but dental insurance coverage can save you lots of money — especially on routine visits and preventative oral health care.

Preventive care, including regular checkups and cleanings, is the key to maintaining your oral health. With regular visits to the dentist, problems can be diagnosed early and treated without extensive testing or elaborate and expensive procedures — and that keeps the costs of dental care low.

For more information about Delta Dental plan rates, please contact:

Swift Benefits Service Center

You'll have access to more than 3,700 dentists and specialists in the Delta Dental network, plus all the benefits of the Delta Dental PPO plus Premier plan:


Premium Plan - Benefit Summary

  • Benefit period: January 1, 2024 to December 31, 2024
  • Benefit year maximum: $2,500 per person
  • Orthodontic lifetime maximum: $2,000 per person
  • Deductibles: $50 per person/$150 per family
  • Basic Coverage: 80%
  • Major Coverage: 80%


Core Plan - Benefit Summary

  • Benefit period: January 1, 2024 to December 31, 2024
  • Benefit year maximum: $1,500 per person
  • Orthodontic lifetime maximum: $1,500 per person to age 19
  • Deductibles: $100 per person/$300 per family
  • Basic Coverage: 80%
  • Major Coverage: 60%


Value Plan - Benefit Summary

  • Benefit period: January 1, 2024 to December 31, 2024
  • Benefit year maximum: $1,000 per person
  • Orthodontic lifetime maximum: N/A
  • Deductibles: $100 per person/$300 per family
  • Basic Coverage: 80%
  • Major Coverage: Not covered

If you are new to the plan and sign up during the enrollment change period, you should receive an ID card in the mail by January 1, 2024.

Misplaced your Delta Dental ID card? No problem! Here are three ways to access your ID card:

  1.  Log in to the Delta Dental Mobile App to view your ID card.
  2.  Download and print your ID card from the member portal.
  3.  Call 888.651.3029 to request a new ID card from customer service.

Note: You don't need your Delta Dental ID card to visit the dentist. Your dental office can verify your coverage by asking a few simple questions.

Delta Dental of Arizona has the largest dentist network in the state. With nearly 90% of Arizona's practicing dentists enrolled, it's very likely your dentist is in the Delta Dental network. Use the following resources to double-check:

If you have more questions, please contact:

Swift Benefits Service Center

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