Dental Anatomy & Terminology
Whether you’re new to dentistry or just want to take a refresher course on dental anatomy and terminology, this course is for you. This pre-recorded course is packed with valuable information for anyone working in a dental practice. With our two part course you will learn the basic fundamentals of dentistry.
Discover the most common dental terms, dental anatomy and dental terminology. Enjoy reviewing the different dental specialities, dental terminologies and the basic anatomical positions details about the cranial, gingiva and the oral cavity anatomy. Having this knowledge will enable you to better understand dental procedures, proper documentation on your insurance claims and what is needed to succesfully appeal insurance claims.
Download the study guide material to use a great reference for your practice. You will have a small quiz after both lessons and a knowledge test to complete the course.
After the course attendees will:
- Have working knowledge of the most common dental terminology used in a dental practice
- Understand the reason for the treatment and recognize why the code you bill and supportive documents you send with the claim are important for insurance reimbursements
- Be able to identify each of the (12 recognized by the ADA) dental specialities in dentistry
- Refer to the downloadable terminology reference sheet and specialist study guide
Earn one (1) CE credit
Dilaine Gloege is a dental practice consultant with a focus on practice administration to improve insurance claims collection. She helps dental billing professionals collect more from dental billing processes through training in dental and medical procedure coding, coordination of benefits, and documentation. She has written and contributed to many professional publications, numerous blog articles and is the author of Dental ClaimSupport’s Profitable Guide to Coordination of Benefits for Dentists.
Dental Claims Academy
This course is part of a training center for professionals to improve insurance collection in any dental practice. Get access to all resources--coding knowledge, billing process training, a discussion forum, and more--as a member of Dental Claims Academy.