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Understanding Dental Insurance
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Should You Outsource Your Dental Insurance Billing?
Outsourcing aspects of your business to an outside provider has been a common tactic of many businesses for years. It’s becoming much more prevalent in dentistry post-covid, due to challenges many offices are experiencing challenges finding and retaining enough team members to stay functional.
Part 1 - The Inlay/Onlay Dilemma - Challenges
Some dentists will recommend or offer the option of either an inlay or onlay for patients in an effort to stay more conservative when treating teeth. This approach effectively aims to preserve teeth that have incurred partial damage. However, a common hurdle arises when submitting an insurance claim, only to encounter denials or service downgrades from the insurance company.
Why You Should Think Twice Before Criticizing Fellow Dentists
The majority of dentists are compassionate individuals who have chosen their profession with the genuine intention of aiding others. Nevertheless, perhaps due to our extensive educational backgrounds and inherent attention to detail, we may occasionally find ourselves excessively critical of our peers.