Dental Medical Billing

If beneficiaries do not succeed with their internal appeals for their medical claims, they could go through an external review process in which another company reviews their denied claims (Berger 2017). They can go through the external review process for cases related to disagreements on...

Dental insurance companies require CDT (Current Dental Terminology) codes on claims, while medical insurance companies require CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) codes, which “[describes] medical treatment,” on their claims (“Billing medical plans for dental treatment” 2016). Medical insurance companies also need an additional code: the ICD...

          TMJ benefits are notoriously difficult to “crack” in the medical insurance industry. Today we will explore the different diagnosis code sections available for TMJ disorders. Use these codes to implement questionnaires in your practice so that you don’t miss vital symptoms.           The...

Patients can utilize their medical insurance to pay for some procedures at the dental clinic. Medical insurance may provide more coverage than dental insurance. Albeit, medical insurance companies may deny claims for a variety of reasons. In response, dentists and patients could appeal the claims. By...