Take a deep breath and explore the vast resources we’ve assembled just for you.

Consider this page your secret weapon, your ally in conquering the administrative challenges of the dental front office.

It’s time to take control of your dental office, armed with the necessary tools and knowledge to succeed.

This template is in a business letter format. Edit what you need to customize it for your appeal!

Make sure you include the original EOB, any additional images, notes and/or narratives.

Are you ready to drop network participation?

This letter is an amazing way to let your patients know of those upcoming changes.

This letter has yielded a *mostly* positive response from our patients!

Try and send this out to your patients BEFORE the insurance company sends theirs! šŸ˜‰

If an insurance company wants you to refund them for a mistakenly paid claim and then contact the patient directly to get reimbursed, USE THIS LETTER!

This is a great way to appeal those refund requests.

It is SO HELPFUL to have a physical insurance breakdown on file for each patient.

Our form is easy to fill out and once you get the hang of it, it can be done in no time!

While this form is geared towards a General Practice, you can use it as a guide to make your own!

One of the keys to running a profitable dental practice is consistency.

We need to be running reports and completing tasks regularly to ensure we keep doing treatment and collecting what is owed.

These tasks can usually be done during down time throughout each week.

All staff, including hygienists and assistants can help with these as well!

Got SRP claims denied?

This guide has tips from a dental expert to help you get them approved.

Understand coverage criteria, submit clear documentation, and appeal denials.

Dental Abbreviations Hand Book

This handy guide includes a comprehensive list of common dental abbreviations so you can quickly and easily understand patient charts, prescriptions, and other dental paperwork.