We’re guessing that unlike clear aligners, tooth-whitening procedures, or same-day CADCAM crowns, you have not spent much effort “marketing” bruxism treatment.

The incidence of stress-related bruxism is on the rise nation-wide. There’s big money in bruxism these days; low-hanging fruit for practices rebuilding and hobbled with COVID restrictions.

To a degree, we can help you identify those patients who would be candidates for GrindRelief.

GrindRelief PRO packaging provides reception/treatment room collaterals to help “raise the question” to identify these patients.

Here is a list of (Common Dental Terminology) CDT insurance codes being used by many clinicians in the U.S. with patients that have dental insurance.

  • D9946: Occlusal Guard-hard appliance, partial arch
  • D7880: Occlusal Orthotic Device, by report
  • D8210: Removable Habit Appliance
  • D9941: Fabrication of an athletic mouthguard

For repair / re-fitting

  • D9942: Repair and/or reline of occlusal guard
  • D9943: Occlusal Guard Adjustment

The preceding list of procedure and/or diagnosis codes is provided for reference purposes only and may not be all inclusive. Listing of a code in this guideline does not imply that the service described by the code is a covered or non-covered health service. Benefit coverage for health services is determined by the member specific benefit plan document and applicable laws that may require coverage for specific service. The inclusion of a code does not imply any right to reimbursement or guarantee claim payment. Other clinical policies and coverage guidelines may apply.

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