Claiming with Carestream Dental

16 June, 2017 / featured

Whether you are working in private or NHS practice, it is vital that you provide your patients with the very best service. Understanding their needs and factoring these into the day-to-day running of your practice is crucial, but doing so would not be possible without the support of modern dental solutions, and the innovative companies that work year in, year out to perfect these systems for your use.

Carestream Dental is one such company; in collaboration with dentists it has developed some of the most functional systems available on the UK market, that have been designed to make your life in practice easier.

As such, Carestream Dental is proud to be one of the leading software providers working with NHS Scotland to provide a solution for the delivery of the new eDental NHS claims.

Designed to streamline your handling of NHS claims, eDental affords the following benefits for those North of the border:

  • Claims can be sent instantly from the clinical chart, with acceptance or rejection received back in real time

  • You can check patient details with the NHS in real time and update information in CS R4+ if required, including the CHI number

  • You can continue to send claims in batches if you prefer to work this way

  • You can send prior approvals electronically, including attachments.

The latest version CS R4+ offers all this plus many more helpful utilities. Indeed, as with all Carestream Dental solutions, CS R4+ is designed to make your life easier, streamlining and simplifying routine tasks throughout the practice.

To find out more about the many technical and support benefits available to you, contact Carestream Dental today!

For more information please contact Carestream Dental on 0800 169 9692 or visit

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