CDT

Flip the calendar: review your fees and update your codes!
Flip the calendar: review your fees and update your codes!A look at what you need to be thinking about in the new year and some of the questions that will help you be more successful this year.
New gingivitis code helps you provide ethical care
New gingivitis code helps you provide ethical careA new gingivitis code with help you to provide your patients with the full care they deserve.
5 important facts about new code D4346 for a fresh start in 2017
5 important facts about new code D4346 for a fresh start in 2017Here are five important facts you need to know about the new code.
Top 10 DPR web articles of 2016DPR presents a list of the top 10 most popular articles from 2016.
A game changer: 2017 will bring a new CDT code for gingivitisFor all of the history of Current Dental Terminology (CDT) coding, there have been no truly accurate codes that can be used for the treatment this patient needs. In 2017, that story will change. Yet, we must guard against misuse of this new code and not miss the disease present
The top 10 lab articles of 2015Dental Lab Products counts down its top 10 articles of 2015, as determined by readers.
The 5 biggest misconceptions about imaging coding and reimbursement
The 5 biggest misconceptions about imaging coding and reimbursementDental technology and the material sciences are advancing at a rate never before experienced by the dental industry. It is difficult, if not impossible, for the average practitioner to understand and appreciate all the new “stuff” that has been developed and introduced to dentistry over the past 10 years. Things that not too long ago seemed like science fiction have now become reality.
CDT 2016: 6 changes shaping dentistryWith November upon us, it is once again time for what has become our annual review of the additions, changes and deletions in CDT benefit coding. Changes in CDT 2016 came under the two general categories: Stand-alone changes and interrelated changes.
Does certification REALLY matter for dental technicians?While people go into dental lab work for different reasons, ultimately it is still a job, and everyone wants to advance and be respected for their work. Does having a CDT certification matter in that respect?