Questions on insurance code for mini implants: If I install a narrow diameter implant [mini-implant] what insurance code should I use to bill out? If I treatment plan a narrow diameter implant to use during a transitional period to support a temporary appliance while the conventional diameter implants are osseointegrating, how should I bill this? If the narrow diameter implants are going to be there permanently and will support a definitive fixed or removable prosthesis or single crown, how should I bill this out?
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Dr. Max Lingo
There is a new procedure code for placement of mini implants. D6013. Check the 2015 CDT code book.
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