The AARP® Dental Insurance Plan is administered by Delta Dental Insurance Company, which is part of the nation's oldest and largest dental benefits system.
Active AARP members and their spouse or domestic partner/partner to a civil union and unmarried dependent children and grandchildren under age 26 are eligible for enrollment. Please see your Benefit Handbook for more detailed dependent eligibility requirements.
AARP membership is open to any person age 50 or above. To join or renew your membership, call 1-888-OUR-AARP (1-888-687-2277) Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Eastern Time and/or Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time or visit www.aarp.org. TTY: 1-877-434-7589.
The AARP Dental Insurance Plan is a dental PPO. However, our plan differs from many others in that you have the choice to visit any licensed dentist, anywhere in the world. But while you do have flexibility in choosing a dentist with this plan, you maximize your benefits when you visit a participating Delta Dental network dentist. Delta Dental dentists agree to provide treatment at reduced fees, which means your share of the bill will likely be lower when you see a dentist in the Delta Dental PPO (PPO) network.
Yes, AARP Dental Insurance Plan Enrollees have access to any licensed dentist in the United States. With the AARP Dental Insurance Plan, you have the choice of visiting a Delta Dental PPOsm (PPO) dentist, Delta Dental Premier® (Premier) dentist or any licensed dentist. When visiting a PPO dentist or Premier dentist, you have the ability to limit your out-of-pocket costs (See Network Summary for more information.)
Your plan covers you and any eligible dependents anywhere in the world—even in situations that are not emergencies.
Premiums for the AARP Dental Insurance Plan are based on the prevailing dental costs in the region where you live (based on your zip code). The number of individuals you elect to enroll, your plan choice and payment option also affect the premium (See Get a Quote).
Check, money order, Visa®, MasterCard and American Express are all acceptable methods of payment. For added convenience, you may set up an automatic checking or savings account electronic funds transfer (EFT) as a monthly payment option. If you select quarterly, semi-annual or annual payments, you will receive an invoice by mail.
You can enroll in the AARP Dental Insurance Plan in three ways.
Benefits begin immediately for most preventive, diagnostic and basic restorative services, as well as root canals and extractions. Your coverage will begin on the first day of the following month once your eligibility has been verified and your payment has been processed.