Natalie Lucken, Account Executive There are a thousands of  different articles online about how to grow your dental practice, maximizing all aspects of your location, availability, and talent. Most focus on increasing efficiency in your schedule, increasing case acceptance, and how to use patient recall visits...

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...

Written by James V. Anderson, DMD, CEO, eAssist Dental Solutions In 1972, the cap on dental service reimbursement was $1000. For many carriers, it hasn’t increased since then. $1,000 would only purchase $177 in 2015. Conversely, it would require $5,660 in 2015 to cover the purchasing power...

This code is applicable when a period of healing is required prior to the fabrication and seat of the permanent prosthetic. It is viable and necessary but with insurance policy provisions may be excluded as a payable code or will be considered as “inclusive” of the...

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