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D8220–Appliance therapy---fixed The appliance is not easily removed by the patient, The device is not a day or night guard, The device is fixed with some type of bonding material, and It can be used for a habit breaking appliance for...

I have recently experienced a string of events that has me reminiscing about my college days back in the 90s!  This has taken me on quite a stroll down memory lane- and my biggest take-away from this recollection is the sense of perspective that I...

Lindsy Breeden received her first office in January of 2018. She started in the dental field as a chair-side assistant “many moons ago” and eventually made the switch to Business Office Administrator. Lindsy had the opportunity to understand how all aspects of the dental office work,...

Belle DuCharme, CDPMA, Dental Training Consultant/CE PACE Scheduling is one of the biggest challenges a general practice faces.  The complexities can be overwhelming to the person in charge of this task.  To bring resolve and function to this system it is recommended that we examine the...

As an experienced insurance claims processor, I am appalled when I hear someone ask “anyone got a good narrative for a crown?” The rules of billable coding are fairly simple, use narratives correctly and wisely.  The clinical notes that the dentist provides are what we use...

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