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D4346 vs. 04345
Learn from the past or recreate the result
On May 17th of this year, the American Dental Association (ADA) released a 10-page publication entitled “A Guide to Reporting D4346 – A resource guide from the ADA developed to educate dentists and others in the dental community on the newly approved scaling code for CDT-2017 that will be effective Jan 1, 2017.”
Although well intended, the document lacks specificity if in fact, its intent was to guide the reader in the anticipated appropriate use of this newly re-resurrected procedure code. It’s failure is as simple as the definition of insanity whereby again doing the same action in anticipation of a different result. Speaking of definition, let’s start off with a comparison of the brand new not yet reportable procedure code known as D4346, and compare it to what originally was known as 04345 that went away in 1995. (Read more.)