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Free AARP Dental Insurance Quote

You can get a free AARP dental insurance quote online or over the phone. Call 1-866-583-2085 to get a quote over the phone (available from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM EST Monday through Friday, and from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturdays). A custom quote can also be requested online by submitting your contact/personal details into the request form and having a licensed representative call you at a predetermined time. If you choose to get your quote online, you can also purchase a plan and enroll in a policy as well. Use the guide below to learn how to navigate the AARP/Delta dental insurance site.

Note: Only current AARP members can enroll in the Delta dental insurance plan.

How to Get a Quote

Step 1 – Start by going to the homepage (click here – link opens in a new tab/window).

Step 2 – Select your state from the drop-down list in the form on the right-side of the page. Enter your ZIP code, and then select how many people you want included on your plan from the second drop-down list.

Step 3 – Click ‘View Quote.’


Step 4 – On the results page, click the ‘View Details’ link to view plan details. You can compare the plans against one another by clicking the ‘Compare’ button. To purchase a policy online, press the ‘Enroll’ button. To find in-network dentists, click the ‘Find Dentist’ link.


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