We are all aware of the looming changes to the dental community that will become effective in 2016 regarding Medicare and the dental office. Even though most services provided in the dental office will not be covered, there are some services that may potentially be eligible for coverage.
We have had this question from a few dentists who provide sleep appliances to their patients. “The manufacturer already covers this, so why do I need an additional warranty?”
We asked one of our dental sleep experts to give their advice on why their practice uses Dental Warranty.
Dr. Kent Smith suggests all dentists screen for insomnia and snoring to check for obstructive sleep apnea. Here’s what he has to say: