What are CDT Codes?

CDT codes (Current Dental Terminology), is a reference manual codes published annually by the American Dental Association (ADA), referencing the and it contains the Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature (CDT Code). CDT codes are to enable accurate, consistent, and uniform reporting of dental treatment. It is used for electronic and paper dental claims. The CDT Code is a set of procedural codes for oral health and adjunctive services that are provided in dentistry.

Watch this video to learn more about dental procedure codes (CDT Codes), the revisions, ADA edits, carriers’ codes, and more.

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