Dental Credentialing

Current trends in dental practice delivery include multi-doctor or group type practices versus the solo dentist model.  With that comes more credentialing requirements that many dentists overlook when they take on a new associate dentist. https://www.ada.org/en/education-careers/licensure/licensure-dental-students/licensure-by-credentials When you do decide you are busy enough and it...

Dental erosion is the loss or wear of dental hard tissue by acids not caused by bacteria.  Here are a few factors that can cause dental erosion: Erosion may be caused by intrinsic (e.g., excessive vomiting or acid reflux) and/or extrinsic (e.g., diet) factors. Soft...

First, one might ask what dental credentialing is and what does it mean?  Dental Provider Credentialing is the process of a dentist entering into a contract with an insurance carrier. When doing this you will need info such as practice history, education, certifications, licenses, and...