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Find Practice Information at the ADA's New Center for Professional Success Website

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The ADA Center for Professional Success is a new interactive web resource to help members succeed as both dental practitioners and small business owners. 

Third-Party Payer Complaints

  • If you wish to provide the ADA with information on challenges you’ve experienced with third-party payers, please complete a Third-Party Payer Complaint Form. If you would like to speak
  • with someone from the Council on Dental Benefit Programs about your concerns you may call 800-621-8099.

Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature

Accurate recording and reporting dental treatment is supported by use of the Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature (Code). The current version of the Code is published in the ADA’s CDT manual, which is available online at www.adacatalog.org or by calling 800-947-4746.

Use of the correct codes means quicker reimbursements for your practice. Should you have any questions concerning the Code or related matters please contact ADA’s Member Service Center (members: toll free number on your membership card; non-members: 312-440-2500), or send an E-mail to dentalcode@ada.org.

Direct Reimbursement Dental Plans

By promoting Direct Reimbursement Dental Plans to employers in your area, the ADA makes dental care more accessible and preserves freedom of choice for you and your patients. For more information, please visit our Direct Reimbursement pages.

Questions Regarding Dental Benefits?

Contact Dental Benefit Information Service at dentalbenefits@ada.org or the Member Service Center.

Help Nursing Home Residents Pay for Care

Help Nursing Home Residents Pay for Care
A How-To Guide

Find out more about how Incurred Medical Expense regulations can help most nursing facility residents who are enrolled in Medicaid pay for dental care.