CDT Code for Dental Local Anesthesia

CDT Code for Dental Local Anesthesia

There are different types of sedation used in the dental industry. Not only do they provide increased tolerance for dental procedures but also a safe dental treatment plan for individuals of a certain age.

Codes and probable benefit interpretations for anesthesia include:

D9210: Local Anesthesia not in Conjunction with Operative or Surgical Procedures. Insurance may provide a benefit when anesthesia is used for the diagnosis of a specific problem. No benefit will be applied for a local anesthesia used during routine dental treatment.

D9215: Local Anesthesia in conjunction with operative or surgical procedures.

D7000 - D7999: Includes oral and maxillofacial surgery. Extractions (include local anesthesia, suturing, if needed, and routine postoperative care)

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