D7549

Dental Code

Current And Past Dental Terminology For D7549

Most common D7549 code reviews : Typical crown benefits for the replacement of an existing crown range from five to seven years before a replacement crown payment will be permitted, Removal of implant; superficial (e.g., buried wire, pin, or rod) (Separate procedure) or Deep sedation/general anesthesia - each additional 15 minutes.

D7549 Procedures:

Non-autogenous connective tissue graft procedure (including recipient surgical site and donor material) - each additional contiguous tooth, implant or edentulous tooth position in same graft site. Local anesthesia is usually considered a component part of periodontal procedures, but dependent upon the plan will allow up to 50% of D7549 - allow up to a maximum of 3 teeth per quadrant

D7549 Dental Code

This code indicates extensive diagnostic and cognitive modalities based on the findings of a comprehensive oral evaluation (D7549). It indicates that integration of more extensive diagnostic modalities is needed to develop a treatment plan for a specific problem. Description and documentation of the condition requiring this type of evaluation is necessary.D7549 Examples of conditions requiring this type of evaluation include: dentofacial anomalies, complex perio-prosthetic conditions, and conditions requiring multi-disciplinary consultation.

2019 D7549 CDT

A patient presents with a carious pulp exposure of tooth T There is no succedaneous tooth #29 present on a radiograph The roots of this tooth are of adequate length to allow normal function Endodontic treatment is requested on tooth T in order to maintain this tooth in the arch and facilitate the placement of a functional, final restoration. Root canal treatment is performed on the tooth, and the canals are filled with gutta-percha. A temporary restoration is placed, and the patient is referred back to the referring dentist for a final restoration.

2020 (Updated) Version D7549

Prefabricated esthetic coated stainless steel crown - primary tooth

Preventive Resin Restoration in a moderate to high caries risk patient - permanent tooth Sealants and/or Preventive Resin Restorations are Benefited once per tooth on the occlusal surface of permanent first and second molars for Patients through age fifteen (15). The teeth must be free from caries or restorations on the occlusal surface. A sealant or preventive resin restoration done on the same date of service and on the same surface as a restoration is considered a component of the restoration, and the fee for the sealant or preventive resin restoration is Disallowed.

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