Understanding medical billing and its relationship with 3D scanning technology

March 26, 2015

The world of medical coding and 3D imaging in the dental practice is shrinking every day, and Christine Taxin believes now is the perfect time for dentists to understand how medical billing can help grow their dental practice.

The world of medical coding and 3D imaging in the dental practice is shrinking every day, and Christine Taxin believes now is the perfect time for dentists to understand how medical billing can help grow their dental practice.

“There’s no doubt that dentists can benefit from proper medical coding,” Taxin said. “It’s a matter of making the right decisions and having the right information. You’re going to spend a lot of money on 3D imaging and cone beam technology. You need to make sure you’re getting the most out of it and that it is a huge boost to your practice’s bottom line.”

In her upcoming Webinar, sponsored by i-CAT, Taxin will share her expertise in medical billing and coding and how it relates to your dental practice.

“With this technology, dental practices can place implants better and diagnose sleep apnea,” Taxin said. “It’s being reported that sleep apnea can now be diagnosed in children as young as 5 years old. Additionally, there are extractions, TMD/TMJ, surgical treatment, orthodontics, and so many other procedures that have a medical component. Now really is the best time to take advantage of this technology and use it properly.”

Additionally, Taxin will entice history and music buffs by answering the question, “What do the Beatles have to do with 3D technology?” You won’t want to miss the answer.