We serve 29 million people every day, helping them and their families pursue financial confidence and well-being in life, health, and wealth.
We offer you guidance and experience that comes from providing group benefits for more than 60 years.
- Network Strength
We have more than 130,000 providers in our nationwide network of dentists, and we’re always making our network stronger.
Good oral health can lead to better health overall. That’s why dental insurance is important: it’s one of the best way to help get the preventive oral care you need and help reduce the expenses of costly dental services if needed. We think everyone should have great dental coverage, which is why we offer comprehensive plans you can get through your employer through their benefit offerings.
- Preventative cleanings
- Restorative services, like fillings
- Oral surgery
- Orthodontics for both adults and children, if included in your benefit
- Strong network of dentistsFind a dental provider
We have more than 130,000 in our nationwide network of dentists, and we’re always making our network stronger. That means if you already have a dentist you love, they're likely part of our network.
- Do I have to use a network dentist?
You have the option to use an in-network or out-of-network dentist. You typically save on costs when you use an in-network dentist since the services are based on a lower negotiated fee schedule. If you prefer to use an out-of-network providers, benefits are based on Guardian’s reimbursement schedule.
As we spend more time in front of screens, vision insurance – and the eye exams, glasses, and contact lenses it helps to cover – becomes increasingly important for workers.
Even if you have perfect eyesight, it’s important to have regular eye exams to make sure you’re still seeing clearly. Many of us eventually need vision correction, which is why we offer plans you can elect through your employer. Vision benefits are not typically covered under your medical insurance plan.
- Routine eye exams
- Discounts on purchase of eyeglasses and contact lenses
- Discounts on corrective surgery like Lasik
- Our vision network: VSPFind a VSP provider
Our plans offer thousands of eye doctors for you to choose from.
- Why should I consider vision insurance?
Regular eye exams can detect more than failing eyesight, they can detect diseases like glaucoma and diabetes. Vision problems are the fourth most prevalent disability in the United States and one of the most prevalent conditions in childhood. It’s worth considering for anyone who regularly needs to purchase eyeglasses or contacts.
- Additional Eyewear Benefits
At no additional cost, employees electing Guardian Vision have access to XP Health, a virtual-first vision benefit for eyewear.
Powered by artificial intelligence, the XP Health platform provides personalized frame recommendations that give tailored suggestions in minutes and can be modeled virtually. In addition, employees receive three benefit credits of $180 per year to use on:
- Glasses: Prescription and non-prescription including progressives and computer glasses. Best-in-class designer and affordable brands like Coach, Gucci, Armani, and Tom Ford.
- Sunglasses: Prescription and non-prescription. Limit 1 per member per year.
- High quality lenses: Blue light filters, durable polycarbonate, and UV protection.
- Contact lenses: Daily, weekly, and monthly.
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The income you earn touches numerous other lives. That’s why life insurance can be a vital offering, providing families additional financial support in case the unthinkable happens.
There are many reasons to get life insurance, but a simple rule of thumb is if you have shared debts or anyone relies on your income for their financial well-being, you should consider getting life insurance coverage. And every person’s life insurance needs are different and depend on many factors, such as how many dependents you have, how much you expect to earn, and even your gender.
- How does life insurance work?
Life insurance can help protect your loved ones financially by providing a death benefit (usually a tax-exempt payment) to your beneficiaries if you pass away.
- Why should I consider life insurance?
If you have children, a spouse, or someone who depends on you, life insurance can be a great way to help ensure they can continue to financially support themselves should the unthinkable happen to you.
Despite our best efforts, being unable to work due to illness or injury can happen. Disability insurance helps ensure you can continue to support their families at a time they need it most.
If you depend on the income you receive through work to pay your expenses, then you should probably consider disability insurance. It ensures that you can continue to receive partial income if you end up too sick or injured to work.
- How does disability insurance work?
Most disability insurance pays you a percentage of your income if you get sick with a serious illness or experience an injury that prevents you from doing your job. Some cover you in the short term immediately after an incident, while long term disability pays you if your injury lasts for an extended period.
- Why do I need disability insurance?
Accidents happen, and we can’t always anticipate if or when we’ll be diagnosed with an illness, condition, or injury, which is why it’s important to have a disability policy that will help you pay your bills in the event that you can’t collect your normal paycheck from work. You can start by determining the real cost of protecting your income.