SB22-219, Dental Therapy Bill in Colorado
SB22-219 passed by votes of 32-3 and 42-22-1 in the Senate and House respectively. The bill was signed this summer with implementation processes beginning in January 2023.
Third Party Payor Concierge Service
The ADA provides a unique service that assists dentists with insurance questions and concerns with third party payers. This is a members-only benefit.
FACES OF THE CDA
CU Provides Access-to-Care With Its Save-A-Tooth Program
The effort is aimed at making endodontic treatment affordable and avoiding tooth loss. Patient care and easing the financial barrier are at the heart of this program.
In partnership with Colorado dental providers, CU offers adult patients contemplating tooth extraction with the option of being referred to the CU Division of Endodontics. If an exam reveals the patient is eligible for a root canal, it will be performed at the same price as an extraction. READ MORE
2022 Session Wrap-Up
From millions of dollars for rural providers and other bills aimed at expanding the workforce in Colorado, to the creation of the new dental hygienist peer assistance program, it was a busy session for the CDA.Read More
SB22-219 Dental Therapy
During the 2022 legislative session, SB22-219 passed by votes of 32-3 and 42-22-1 in the Senate and House respectively. The bill was signed this summer with implementation processes beginning in January 2023.Read More