Help Center: Brokers

Broker FAQs

How do I become an appointed broker with Delta Dental of Colorado?

In order to sell our products, you must agree to our terms and become appointed with Delta Dental of Colorado. Once appointed, you will receive a broker/vendor number. Then you’re ready to sell!

To complete the application you'll need the following information:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Email (for producer and/ or agency)
  • ACH banking information (for commission deposits)
  • Valid State of Colorado license number (for producer and/or agency).

If you have questions, please call 303-741-9300 ext. 3900 or email broker_contracting@ddpco.com and someone will assist you.

Download a blank Broker Agreement with W-9 form and complete, sign, and submit to broker_contracting@ddpco.com.

What is the commission level?

For commission rates, please contact your Delta Dental sales representative.

Who will be my primary contact at Delta Dental of Colorado?

You can reach members of our sales team at salesteam@ddpco.com or visit our contact page for direct contact information for our various sales and client services team members.

If my address has changed, who do I contact?

To change your address, please email our sales and client services department at salesteam@ddpco.com or contact your Delta Dental of Colorado sales representative directly.

How do I order supplies?

Please contact our sales and client services department at salesteam@ddpco.com or contact your Delta Dental of Colorado account manager/sales representative directly.

How do I enroll a new group?

View instructions on how to enroll a small group in our Broker-Small Group Dental Plans.

Where can I find enrollment forms and other sales materials?

Access enrollment forms and sales materials on our broker resources page.

When does new group coverage begin? What is the effective date?

In most cases, a group will be effective on the first day of the month following the receipt of the completed group application materials and employee enrollment.

When should my client expect a billing statement to arrive?

Bills are mailed on the first business day following the 15th day of the month.

When is the Delta Dental premium due each month?

For fully insured groups, premiums are due on the first day of the statement month. For self-funded groups, weekly claims are due upon receipt of the bill every Tuesday. Monthly claims and admin fees are also due upon receipt of the bill on the 15th of every month.