The American Dental Association (ADA) has announced many changes for 2022 when it comes to CDT codes for dental claims. Among those changes are 16 new dental codes, 14 revisions to current dental terminology, and six deletions to existing ADA codes.
The new ADA changes cover a wide array of coding related to:
- Patient screenings
- Sleep device appliances: fabrication and adjustment
- Immediate partial dentures
- Rebasing of hybrid prosthesis
- Intra/extra coronal splints
- Removal of TADs
In addition, new coding has been added related to administering COVID-19 vaccines. Terminology related to orthodontic treatment has been revised and/or deleted when it comes to limited and interceptive treatment.
Stay tuned for January’s issue of DOMD to learn more about 2022 CDT changes and additions, and how to utilize them properly in your dental practice.
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