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AARP Medicare Supplemental
AARP supplemental insurance is utilized by Medicare beneficiaries in order to cover gaps in medical coverage. There are many types of coverage options that are not available through traditional Medicare. However,  those that are eligible for Medicare, are also eligible for AARP supplemental insurance.
 
AARP Medicare supplements may cover dental treatment. In fact, the reduced rates offered for dental coverage can save individuals a lot of money. Traditional Medicare does not offer any dental coverage at all. This AARP Medicare supplement may cover basic dental care, such as teeth cleaning, but it may also cover more extensive treatments, such as a root canal, depending on the type of coverage selected.
 
AARP Medicare supplemental insurance also covers prescriptions when this option is selected. In fact, prescriptions can be one of the largest medical expenses for retired individuals. This coverage may cover the full cost of generic medication, as well as a large percentage  of the cost of brand name medications.
 
There is also a vision plan offered through AARP Medicare supplemental insurance, which allows individuals to have their eyes checked on a yearly basis, as well as an allowance for prescription eye glasses.
 
AARP Medicare supplemental insurance may also cover a large amount of an individuals yearly Medicare deductible, as well as many co-payments.

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