Dental Medical Billing Blog

As medical billing for dentists becomes more commonplace it is becoming more and more frequent that major practice management software distributors are incorporating basic medical claims capabilities into their softwares. At the very least they are allowing for multiple creations of multiple categories of carriers...

It may seem like a fairly obvious description however many patients and doctors don’t know what this phrase means. Simply put it is a procedure that is not covered by the patient’s insurance plan. Most providers are confused because it is assumed that if a...

By Stefanie FarioOf all the congenital medical conditions that can occur in children and newborns cleft lip and palate is one that involves years of dental treatment. While tissue release and palate grafting often take one or two surgeries immediately after birth the child is...

Overhead expenses greatly affect the amount of revenue dental practices can earn. Some overhead expenses in clinics are labor, “rent, gas and electric, supplies, lab costs, accounting, marketing, equipment, and all other major investments” (Levin 2018).  Short term expenses, such as “labor, facilities, insurance, etc.,”...