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Providers and staff are often confused by the myriad amounts of information needed to simply identify their practice on a claim. It is of the highest importance that all identifying information on the claim be correct so that not only is payment issue to the...

As dental offices bill higher levels of restorative treatment it is becoming increasingly necessary to utilize appeals opportunities and peer to peer options to overturn unfavorable coverage decisions by medical carriers. A popular recommendation from consultants is to use Wilson & Wickline letters when appealing...

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...

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...

By Stefanie FarioAll doctors and hygienists are familiar with the purpose behind continuing education. Every state has their own requirements set forth for a minimum amount of yearly continuing education providers need to meet in order to maintain their professional licensure. How many of you...

By Stefanie FarioIt is a common story in every dental office. The patient that has been years between dental appointments. The patient with rampant decay and severely compromised dentition. The patient that it seems needs full-mouth rehabilitation and it is hard to know where to...