affordable dental insurance plans
where you didn’t use to have to do this is in the new version this is where you’re going to affordable dental insurance plans put that X okay so don’t substitute codes it’s blank so you don’t substitute as you do substitute codes look backwards to be okay so it’s blank so you are gonna substitute the codes, okay if it’s got an X in there you’re not going to substitute the codes okay not that again let’s just play with it a little bit and they’ll probably understand it better all right so there’s that thing right up.
there do or don’t substitute and this pretty much just pertains affordable dental insurance plans to posterior composites so if you don’t substitute the code it’s going to assume it’s going to pay posterior composites that whatever percentage it pays restorative that okay, in this case, we took the X out we’re not substituting and it’s going to pay composite it’s going to estimate composites of at so how but affordable dental insurance plans how do you know how do you know how they handle posterior composites.
I can tell you from experience that most of the time for Delta plans they do not reduce your feet to amalgam for posterior composites and that’s getting to be more common with other insurance companies but there still are a lot of plans out there that do reduce your payment to amalgam doesn’t mean you can’t charge the patient’s the difference it just means that you want to estimate correctly okay so how do you find out you know how this particular insurance.
plan handles that well one way is to use Trojan if you’re in affordable dental insurance plans an area of the country where Trojan works this is really pretty handy and you have a thing in Trojan called the Trojan notes and part of the Trojan notes right down there it says that posterior composites are paid as-as posterior composites not as amalgams and they’re paid at basic and we know where our basic percentage is so that’s how you tell that there are other ways but that’s a good way so if you’re in doubt don’t