ADA Dental Coding Certificate Live-Stream Course—Assessment-Based CDT

  • Sat, Nov 05, 2022 | 7:30 AM - Sat, Nov 05, 2022 | 8:30 AM

Nov. 5
9:30 a.m. CT
 
CE Credits: 5.5
$399 per person with CDT manuals; $319 per person without CDT manuals


Mastering dental coding is essential for the success of your dental practice. To help you achieve easier billing and smoother day-to-day operations, register today for the ADA Dental Coding Certificate: Assessment-Based CDT Course. Sara Stuefans, DDS will lead you through necessary foundational knowledge, skill practice and reinforcement to help you accurately file claims using the CDT codes. This course is intended for staff members who have limited knowledge of CDT codes and/or how to fill out dental claim forms.
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