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As more dentists begin to perform their role in dental sleep medicine it raises a lot of questions on how to bill oral appliances to medical insurance. The process of billing oral appliances to medical insurance is all about having the proper documentation and tools.
“Why should I complete a verification of benefit?” This is a question commonly asked by dental practices starting to bill medical insurance. When you complete a verification of benefit through Imagn Billing you set yourself up for the best possible outcome.
By starting with a digital screening tool like DROWZLE you drastically reduce the burden of screening on your workflow. Because the digital screening process doesn’t depend upon your personal mastery. Patients can be routinely assed without significantly impacting your clinical workflow. Saving you critical time and resources.
Are you leveraging your patients’ medical insurance to the fullest extent? On this episode of Dentistry’s Growing with Grace, Grace Rizza sits down with Laurie Owens, CPC, CPB of Devdent to discuss the importance of properly billing your client’s insurance companies.
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New studies show that tongue size can help indicate risk of obstructive sleep apnea, uncovering a new reason to lose weight: reducing tongue size.
The American Sleep Apnea Association estimates that 1 to 4% of children experience pediatric sleep apnea, with a large amount being between 2 and 8 years old. No matter the age, sleep apnea is a devastating sleep disorder that can negatively impact health, wellness, and basic functioning if left undiagnosed and untreated.
From the loudest snore on record to being a cause of divorce, these stats about snoring are alarming. However, don’t let them scare you; instead, take it as inspiration to seek diagnosis and treatment if there is a sleep disorder actually causing your or your loved ones’ snoring problem.
Dental sleep medicine may still be relatively new in the world of dentistry, but the major associations from the ADA to the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM) are all in agreement on dentistry’s role in sleep health. Dentists are key in reducing the number of people living with undiagnosed and untreated sleep disorders primarily with screening and oral appliance therapy.