Dental practices rely on accurate claims for timely reimbursements. Count on the ADA to give you the correct information you need to prevent reporting errors and maximize reimbursement. ADA is the official and definitive source for CDT, an essential part of dentists’ everyday business. CDT 2023: Current Dental Terminology includes updates across eight CDT Code categories, featuring several new codes related to diagnostic imaging. CDT 2023 changes include: -22 new codes -14 revisions -2 deleted codes This edition also includes seven new codes adopted in March 2022 related to COVID-19 vaccine administration. Commercial use of CDT content requires a license. For more information and to apply, visit https://www.ada.org/publications/ada-store-products/licensing-for-commercial-users.
Specifications Page count: 192 Binding: Spiral E-book: Yes ISBN: 978-1-68447-173-7 Copyright year: 2023 This e-book can be viewed from any device with web-browsing capabilities. A link will be provided in your Order Confirmation email. You can also access your e-books on ADA.org (go to My ADA/ History/ e-Bookshelf). For e-book details, visit the e-books FAQ page at https://www.ada.org/publications/ada-catalog-products/ebooks. Look for your redemption code for the CDT 2023 App on the inside cover of CDT 2023: Current Dental Terminology. To redeem your redemption code and install the app, visit https://cdtapp2023.ada.org after Sept. 15.
CDT 2023 contains 22 new codes, 14 revisions, and 2 deletions. Features new codes for: -Intraoral tomosynthesis and 3D surface scans -HPV vaccine administration -Guided tissue regeneration -Intraoral radiograph images -Gingival flap procedures -Full mouth debridement -Gingival irrigation In addition to providing the most up-to-date codes, CDT 2023 also includes access to the CDT e-book, mobile app, and web app, providing digital access to the full suite of CDT codes and descriptors. You will also find ICD-10-CM codes for dental procedures, making CDT 2023 the most valuable resource to meet your coding needs.