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2020 has brought us many things, some challenging and some disguised as a silver lining. It has taught us how to adjust and adapt beginning that fateful March day when dental offices coast to coast were shut down.
Return here for ongoing updates … Key Sources ADA COVID-19 Resources for Dentists CDC Clinical Guidance Triaging, Screening and Patient Communications ADA: What Constitutes a Dental Emergency? Dental Emergency Consent Forms Developing and Adapting Teledentistry...
The adoption and Practice Acts surrounding teledentistry vary widely depending on the state you are located. At MouthWatch we often hear “Can I use teledentistry in my state?” The short answer is that it depends on your state, your license type and in what manner you...
Dental practices don’t need to hope for the Luck of the Irish to deliver a pot of gold, instead the use of an intraoral camera has been proven to put coins in your pocket.
The rapid adoption of teledentistry combined with patient satisfaction and demand has created opportunity for dental professionals. Amongst the most searched dentistry jobs is “teledentistry careers”, and with good cause.
MouthWatch is celebrating the resilience and perseverance of dental professionals as they resume mobile dentistry.
Some wonder how to use teledentistry. Some question how to bill and get paid using teledentistry. One of the most burning questions is, “Am I covered allowed and legally covered if I use teledentistry?”
Every 14 seconds, a person visits the emergency department for a dental problem, equating to 2.2 million ED visits annually! The cost of those visits surpasses $2.4 billion. Furthermore the ADA estimates that 80% of emergency dental visits could take place in a...