The types of dental plans offered by AARP include Dental PPO, prepaid dental and discount dental, states AARP. There are two types of Dental PPO plans, namely Plan A and Plan B.
As of 2015, the AARP dental insurance plan is administered by the Delta Dental Insurance Company, and enrollment in the plan can be done through the company's website. To reach the Delta Dental website's AARP portal from the company's home page, click on the "Individual...
AARP MyVision Care offers three levels of coverage with varying benefits through the EyeMed Advantage Network, according to AARP. Each plan carries the same basic coverage for standard visits and exams, with both in-network and out-of-network options.
The American Association of Retired Persons' MedicareComplete plans provide additional benefits to Medicare plans with insurance through United Healthcare, as of 2015. The plans include worldwide emergency coverage and urgent care, and most plans include prescription co...
The UnitedHealthcare AARP MedicareComplete Choice PPO plan does not cover routine dental care, according to AARP. As a Medicare Advantage plan, it must cover the limited dental procedures allowed under Original Medicare Part A and Part B, explains Medicare.gov. Addition...
MetLife offers a variety of group insurance plans that include both dental and vision benefits. These plans are available to individuals through employers, brokers, and consultants.
Original Medicare limits coverage for dental and vision care to only a few exceptions, according to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Some dental procedures secondary to certain conditions and treatments are covered. Some preventive and diagnostic eye exams ...