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CSDS Dentists Help to Deliver Holiday Smiles

By Dede Laugesen
Thirty Colorado Springs Dental Society (CSDS) dentists, and 60 assistants and community members volunteered their Saturdays on Dec. 19 to screen about 300 children at the annual Bob Telmosse holiday giveaway in Colorado Springs, Colo. An estimated 3,000 children from a variety of socioeconomic backgrounds attend the event each year to receive donated toys, bikes and food for Christmas.


Coming to a Convention Center Near You

By Rhett Murray, D.D.S.

Show of hands…who out there has been to the American Dental Association annual meeting? If you have, I don’t need to tell you about the magnitude of this education and networking experience. If you haven’t, then picture this: 300 CE courses presented by world class speakers, over 550 exhibitors representing every facet of dentistry, brand new products just waiting to be released at this event, and first class networking opportunities with dentists from all over the nation and world. Now here’s the best part. This October, it’s coming to Denver for the first time since 1930.


Update: Medicare Opt In and Opt Out Requirements for Dentists

December 17, 2015 (updated March 8, 2016)

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has extended the deadline for Medicare Part D ordering/referring providers to opt in or opt out to Feb. 1, 2017. Why is this important? Dentists who treat Medicare patients must either enroll in the Medicare program or opt out to ensure tests, procedures, devices and drugs ordered for Medicare patients will be reimbursed, as well as prevent denial of reimbursement for other providers you refer patients to. Currently, this requirement applies to the federal MediCARE plans (generally senior and disabled patients) as opposed to the state-based MediCAID plans (for low-income patients).


The Colorado Dental Board Requests Input on Rules and Polices

December 21, 2015

The Colorado Dental Board is conducting a comprehensive review of its rules and policies. Several Dental Board rules were already reviewed as part of Sunset Review rulemaking conducted in early 2015. Now, the Dental Board is tackling all remaining rules and policies (a full list of rules being reviewed is included at the bottom of this article). 


Pay Your Dues With Your ADA U.S. Bank Credit Card to Receive Double Points

December 16, 2015

With a new year just around the corner, the 2016 dues payment cycle is well underway. Earn double points when you pay for your dues with your American Dental Association (ADA) Visa Signature credit card from U.S. Bank, the only credit card endorsed by ADA members and ADA Business Resources. 


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