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Official New York Workers' Compensation Dental Fee Schedule,
First Edition, March 1, 2009

Errata

Issued: March 1, 2011

Part 444 of Title 12 of the New York Codes, Rules and Regulations requires reimbursement for dental treatment and procedures performed on and after March 1, 2009, to be as set forth in the Official New York Workers' Compensation Dental Fee Schedule, First Edition, March 1, 2009 (Dental Fee Schedule). The Dental Fee Schedule consists of a list of Current Dental Terminology (CDT) codes and descriptions* of treatment and services and procedures as published by the American Dental Association with a corresponding maximum fee to be charged by dental providers. The CDT codes and descriptions in the Dental Fee Schedule are from the American Dental Association reference manual, CDT 2007/2008.

When preparing the Dental Fee Schedule, the words "(UP TO AGE 21)" were mistakenly included with the description of CDT code D8090, rather than CDT code D8080. The words "(UP TO AGE 21)" are not part of the American Dental Association's description of CDT code D8090.

The description for CDT code D8090 is read:

COMPREHENSIVE ORTHO TRTMT OF ADULT DENTITION

 

 


* Current Dental Terminology (CDT), Copyright © American Dental Association. All rights reserved. The Current Dental Terminology ("CDT") codes contained in this Official New York Workers' Compensation Dental Fee Schedule, First Edition, March 1, 2009, (Dental Fee Schedule) are licensed to the New York State Workers' Compensation Board by the American Dental Association. Users are not allowed to 1) alter, amend or modify the Current Dental Terminology ("CDT") or any other portion of the CDT, including, but not limited to, the Code on Dental Procedures and Nomenclature ("Code"); 2) resell, transmit or distribute copies of this Dental Fee Schedule which contain the CDT, Code or other portions of the CDT or any electronic files or printed documents that contain the CDT, Code or other portions of the CDT; and/or 3) remove any CDT copyright or other proprietary notices, labels, or marks for the CDT or Code. Any use of the CDT and/or Code, or portions thereof, by the End Users in connection with this Dental Fee Schedule, or separate from use in connection with the Official New York Workers' Compensation Dental Fee Schedule, First Edition, March 1, 2009, requires a valid CDT license from the American Dental Association.