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May 2021 ADA Dental Coding Certificate Live-Streamed Course (books included)

NOTE: THE PERSON ATTENDING MUST REGISTER THEMSELVES.  Do not register under someone else's name. Non-dentists and non-members are welcome to take this course. You’ll be asked for an ADA Login when registering. Creating an account is free and does not require membership. Follow the links below to create an account.

Non-dentists
Non-dentists can create accounts
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Non-members
Most U.S. dentists and dental students, regardless of membership status, have an ADA number, which functions as your User ID. To retrieve your ID, please visit
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Join coding experts, Christopher Bulnes, DMD, Steven Snyder, DDS, Hope Watson, DMD, and Mark MiHalo, DDS during this virtual course to extend and hone attendees coding expertise. The CDT Dental Coding course will provide necessary foundational knowledge, skill practice and reinforcement to participants in order to accurately file claims using the CDT codes.

This course will provide learners with the resources they need to support performance on the job and enable them to practice using these resources in realistic scenario-based simulations they might encounter during a typical workday.

After the course, attendees can choose to demonstrate competency with the knowledge and skills in an electronic assessment, after which they will receive a certificate of completion.

Newest manual just released September 2020.

 

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

• Define key terms used in dental coding.

• Locate resources and a glossary for assistance with terminology and codes.

• Identify the correct, current claim form.

• Correctly complete each field on the claim form to file claims with minimal rejection.

• Explain the use of procedure codes.

• Use the CDT book and CDT Companion as resources for proper coding.


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May 2021 ADA Dental Coding Certificate Live-Streamed Course (books not included)

NOTE: THE PERSON ATTENDING MUST REGISTER THEMSELVES. Do not register under someone else's name. Non-dentists and non-members are welcome to take this course. You’ll be asked for an ADA Login when registering. Creating an account is free and does not require membership. Follow the links below to create an account.

Non-dentists
Non-dentists can create accounts
here

Non-members
Most U.S. dentists and dental students, regardless of membership status, have an ADA number, which functions as your User ID. To retrieve your ID, please visit
Forgot User ID.

Join coding experts, Christopher Bulnes, DMD, Steven Snyder, DDS, Hope Watson DMD and Mark MiHalo, DDS during this virtual course to extend and hone attendees coding expertise. The CDT Dental Coding course will provide necessary foundational knowledge, skill practice and reinforcement to participants in order to accurately file claims using the CDT codes.

This course will provide learners with the resources they need to support performance on the job and enable them to practice using these resources in realistic scenario-based simulations they might encounter during a typical workday.

After the course, attendees can choose to demonstrate competency with the knowledge and skills in an electronic assessment, after which they will receive a certificate of completion.

Newest manual just released September 2020.

 

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

• Define key terms used in dental coding.

• Locate resources and a glossary for assistance with terminology and codes.

• Identify the correct, current claim form.

• Correctly complete each field on the claim form to file claims with minimal rejection.

• Explain the use of procedure codes.

• Use the CDT book and CDT Companion as resources for proper coding.


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The relationship between diabetes and oral health status, and dental visits among American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian elders (April 2021 Article 3)

JADA April 2021

Background. American Indian (AI), Alaska Native (AN), and Native Hawaiian (NH) populations report higher rates of diabetes, poorer oral health, and fewer dental visits than their peers. The authors aimed to identify relationships between oral health and dental visits and diabetes diagnosis among AI, AN, and NH elders.

Keywords. Oral health; American Indian; elder; Alaska Native; Native Hawaiian; aging; dental; diabetes.


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The contribution of different permanent tooth types to untreated caries (April 2021 Article 2)

JADA April 2021

Background. Untreated caries (UC), although highly prevalent, is largely preventable. Information on the contribution of different teeth to UC prevalence and severity could be helpful in evaluating UC surveillance protocols and the relative benefits of caries prevention interventions.

Keywords. Untreated caries; public health surveillance; pit-and-fissure sealants.


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Effects of curing lights on human gingival epithelial cell proliferation (April 2021 Article 1)

JADA April 2021

Background. Light-emitting diode (LED) and quartz-tungsten-halogen (QTH) curing lights are used commonly in clinics. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of these lights on the proliferation of human gingival epithelial cells.

Keywords. Light-emitting diode; quartz-tungsten-halogen; dental curing light; gingival epithelial cells; proliferation.


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Designing a New Practice: A Panel Discussion with the 2019 ADA Design Innovation Award Winners (Recorded Webinar)

 American Dental Association on-demand webinar
The information contained in this program was current as of March 23, 2020 .

Course Overview
In this panel discussion, participants share real-world experience as women dentists who have undertaken an award winning construction project for their practice. The panel will discusses the factors that led these dentists to move forward with a remodel/new build, information about the planning process (business plans, expert help, financing, etc.), advice to other practice owners considering investing in his or her practice through a remodel/new build, and more.

Moderator:
Amanda Breneman, Business Banking Industry Programs Product Manager, BMO Harris Bank

Panelists:
Robin Henderson
, DDS, FACD, FICD, PFA
Dr. Kimberley Barclay
Dr. Lauren Jacobsen

This educational activity is sponsored by BMO Harris Bank.

Disclaimer
The views of the presenter(s) do not necessarily represent the views of the American Dental Association.

This course is free for ADA members and $69 for non-members
Non-dentists and non-members are welcome to take this course. You’ll be asked for an ADA Login when registering. Creating an account is free and does not require membership. Follow the links below to create an account.

Non-dentists
Non-dentists can create accounts
here

Non-members
Most U.S. dentists and dental students, regardless of membership status, have an ADA number, which functions as your User ID. To retrieve your ID, please visit
Forgot User ID.


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Vaping and Oral Health: Seeing Through Clouds (Recorded Webinar)

 American Dental Association on-demand webinar
The information contained in this program was current as of March 25, 2021.

Course Overview
Dental providers are in a unique position to discuss with their patients the latest evidence of e-cigarette's impact on the oral biome. This session will include three speakers that share latest evidence on e-cigarette and resources for providers.

Learning Objectives
• Describe the vaping epidemic and ingredients in vape pens that interact with the oral biome
• Understand the latest evidence of the impacts of vaping on the oral mucosa
• Locate the latest resources on vaping use implications for patients, especially targeted youth

Presenters
Dr. Purnima Kumar
Laurie Rubiner
Keri Hess
and the ADA Council on Advocacy for Access and Prevention

Disclaimer
The views of the presenter(s) do not necessarily represent the views of the American Dental Association.

This course is free and open to all
Non-dentists and non-members are welcome to take this course. You’ll be asked for an ADA Login when registering. Creating an account is free and does not require membership. Follow the links below to create an account.

Non-dentists
Non-dentists can create accounts
here

Non-members
Most U.S. dentists and dental students, regardless of membership status, have an ADA number, which functions as your User ID. To retrieve your ID, please visit
Forgot User ID.


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