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Insured members of the AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plans from UnitedHealthcare and the Dentegra network access program

For providers

Four million seniors are looking for you

Gain patients and help advance senior oral health with a simple way to serve insured members covered under an AARP® Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan from UnitedHealthcare.

One of our network access plans

AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance plan holders (4 million and counting!) only need to visit a provider in the Dentegra network, show their AARP Medicare Supplement plan ID card and pay you the Dentegra contracted fee. 

Patients covered under these plans may contact your office and ask about the "Dentegra discount" or "discount plan," which is our network access plan (it's even easier!). 

Dentegra information for plan holders

How it works

The Dentegra contracted fee (the "Dentegra discount") that AARP Medicare Supplement plan holders pay you is not dental insurance. That means you don't need to research benefits, submit claims or wait to be paid. Here's all you need to do.

  1. Check the patient's AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance plan ID card

No need to call or log in to check eligibility. Note: The ID card will not have "Dentegra" or our logo on it (and that's OK).
A sample ID card for an AARP Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan that includes logos for AARP and UnitedHealthcare
  1. Provide the necessary dental care

Because this isn't dental insurance, you don't need pre-authorizations and there are no deductibles or frequency limitations to keep track of.

  1. Charge your contracted Dentegra fee

You don't need to submit a claim or wait for reimbursement. Simply collect the contracted fee from your patient based on the service you provided.

That's it!


If you're not sure where to find your Dentegra fee schedule or you have other questions, contact our Network Development team at 866-238-1580. You can also email