Can a dentist in Maryland charge a duplication of records fee?

Answer A dentist in Maryland can charge a duplication of records fee, which can include labor and supply costs. If you need a copy of your records mailed, postage costs can be included in the total fee.So... Read More »

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How long is a dentist required to save business records?

Seven years. The Internal Revenue Service has three years from the filing date to conduct an audit on a business return unless a review of a return shows under-reporting of gross income by 25 perce... Read More »

How long does a dentist office have to keep records?

State laws mandate the amount of time dental records must be retained. Dentists may be required to keep the records of children on file for a specified number of years after that child reaches the ... Read More »

When an unknown body is identified by its Dental records, how do they know which Dentist to go to?

In the UK, dental identification is only used when the identity of the body is speculatively known and verification is needed. There is no central database of dental records. Portrayal in movies is... Read More »

How much does a dentist charge to bleach teeth?

On One Hand: Typically $300 to $800According to, an in-office professional bleach job on your teeth (usually using Zoom or BriteSmile systems) typically costs $300 to $500. However th... Read More »