According to CDT 2009/2010 (p. 163), the locator implant abutment iscoded as D6056 (prefabricated abutment, including placement) andthe locator denture male cap is coded as D5862 (precision attachment,by report).
Root Retained vs. Implant Retained OverdenturesMost dental practices are aware that a complete overdenture retainedby natural teeth is reported using D5860, and a partial overdentureretained by natural teeth is reported using D5861. However, some maynot be aware that complete and partial overdentures supported byimplants are billed as D6053 and D6054, respectively.
Coding Locator Attachments
An increasing number of dentists are using locator attachments andasking which code(s) to bill. There are primarily two types of locatorattachments. One is called a locator root attachment, and the otheris called a locator implant attachment. The locator root attachment isused with root retained overdentures and is coded as D5862, precisionattachment, by report.
A locator implant attachment is used to attach an overdenture to animplant and has two components:
1) A titanium abutment (locator abutment), and2) A locator denture male cap that is cured into the denture withacrylic resin. The metal male cap has a nylon retention insert(shown in the picture above) that snaps onto the locatorabutment.
Well I'm not sure if you're referring to dental implants or some other kind but they should be required to have a directory full of them. http://www.ozcanomfs.com/dental-implant.html
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