I switched from a UnitedHealthcare supplemental plan with separate dental and prescription coverage to an AARP Medicare Advantage plan, which included dental, drug and vision coverage. When I tried to make use of the dental I discovered that a huge percentage of the dentists listed were not at the numbers and addresses listed and/or didn’t accept the insurance. This is false advertising and should not be allowed to continue. Can anyone provide me with a website the government offers to file official complaints? Thank you.
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