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Feb 12 2021
The Ohio Department of Medicaid recently announced coverage of certain new ADA Current Dental Terminology (CDT) 2021 procedure codes effective January 1, 2021. Coverage effective January 1, 2021 includes the following services: Two new frenectomy procedure codes, D7961 buccal/ labial and D7962 lingual, will replace a single non-specific ... [continue reading]
Feb 12 2021
The Ohio Dental Association seeks member dentists to fill potential upcoming at-large positions on ODA councils. The ODA is seeking nominations for at-large positions on the association’s Council on Access to Care and Public Service, Council on Dental Care Programs and Dental Practice, and the Council on Membership Services. Nominations for ... [continue reading]
Feb 12 2021
ODA members can download and print employment posters from the ODA’s website for free. All employers are required to post numerous employment posters in their offices. To download the posters, visit oda.org/member-resources/employment-posters/. These posters are only available to ODA ... [continue reading]
Feb 12 2021
The 2021 Ohio Dental Association member logo is now available for members to download. The ODA member logo can be used by dentists on their websites, electronic communications and e-newsletters to highlight their membership in the ODA. To download the member logo, visit www.oda.org/member-center/news-media/oda-logo/. After logging in and ... [continue reading]
Feb 12 2021
The American Dental Association has released the CDT 2021, which took effect Jan. 1, 2021. The new “CDT: 2021 Current Dental Terminology” is the HIPAA-recognized code set for dentistry. The ADA offers several CDT coding products, including books, training tools and an app, which can be found at adacatalog.org or by calling the ADA Member ... [continue reading]
Feb 12 2021
The Ohio Dental Association is excited to announce a new section of our website to place job postings for dental staff members. We recently updated our online classified ads section as our new Jobs & Ads Board and made it easier to find and navigate. Along with this change, we have launched a new section for dentists to post ads for staff ... [continue reading]
Jan 18 2021
ODA membership dues were due Jan. 1, 2021 for the 2021 membership year. If you have not paid your dues, you are considered past due. Members can renew online at www.oda.org/joinandrenew, by fax at (614) 486-0381, by mail to Ohio Dental Association, P.O. Box 734508 Chicago, IL 60673-4508 or by phone at (800) 282-1526. Renew your membership to ... [continue reading]
Jan 18 2021
The Ohio Dental Association seeks members to fill potential upcoming at-large positions on ODA councils. The ODA is seeking nominations for at-large positions on the association’s Council on Access to Care and Public Service, Council on Dental Care Programs and Dental Practice, and the Council on Membership Services. Nominations for these ... [continue reading]
Jan 18 2021
ODA members can download and print employment posters from the ODA’s website for free. All employers are required to post numerous employment posters in their offices. To download the posters, visit oda.org/member-resources/employment-posters/. These posters are only available to ODA ... [continue reading]
Jan 18 2021
The Ohio Dental Association is excited to announce a new section of our website to place job postings for dental staff members. We recently updated our online classified ads section as our new Jobs & Ads Board and made it easier to find and navigate. Along with this change, we have launched a new section for dentists to post ads for staff ... [continue reading]
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