Get paid more quickly and keep
more detailed patient records with CDT 2020: Dental Procedure
New and revised codes fill in the coding gaps and more precisely identify areas
of the oral cavity, which leads to quicker reimbursements and more accurate
record keeping. CDT 2020 is the most up-to-date coding resource and the only
HIPAA-recognized code set for dentistry.
CDT 2020 contains
new and revised codes that:
• Reinforce the connection between oral health and
• Assess a patient’s health via measurement of salivary
• Assist with case management of
patients with special healthcare needs
CDT 2020 codes go into effect on
January 1, 2020 – don’t
risk rejected claims by using outdated codes.
Now includes ICD-10-CM
codes as well as access to an e-book version of CDT 2020 via the ADA’s online
• 37 new codes
• 6 deleted codes
• 175 pages
• Spiral-bound book
• e-book included
• ISBN 978-1-68447-054-9
We all know how
important it is to use accurate CDT codes to avoid rejected claims. But codes
are used for more than claims reimbursement. Since each code consistently
records a service that was delivered, practitioners can build a thorough history
of patient visits and treatment plans. This documentation may also protect
practitioners in case questions arise about treatment that was
your compliance in the hands of incomplete coding databases. The ADA is the name
you can trust for official CDT documentation. Purchase your copy of CDT
2020: Dental Procedure Codes today!
This e-book can be
viewed from any device with web-browsing capabilities. A link will be provided
in your Order Confirmation email. Your can also access your e-bookshelf from
ADA page (go to My Account/ My Downloads). For
e-book details, visit the e-books FAQ page.
For the most up-to-date errata for this
publication, visit the CDT errata page.