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Dental insurance is complex and has generated multiple myths over the years. Uncover the truth behind these common myths so that you can better understand the dental insurance arena!

There’s a better way to get more from dental insurance with less effort.

Too many of us struggle with getting payment from insurance companies. You are not alone. Transform your insurance claims process from an overhead cost into an income generator for your dental practice.


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Understanding Dental Insurance

Dental insurance companies are owned by stockholders, equity firms and investment bankers for the purpose of making money. Join today, not only to understand the game you are playing, but also to stay current with new rules so you have the best chance of advocating for the funds you are due.

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Old habits die hard. If your current dental insurance claims process hasn’t been updated, it’s likely outdated.

Up-to-date, ongoing billing education isn’t just helpful, it’s essential for your practice to thrive.


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