Restorative Chart (FAQ)
How Do I Document EMR Notes?
How do I show mixed dentition?
The restorative chart can show both Primary and Permanent teeth. To display the different types, click on the icon on the icon bar for your desired type. You can also click on each individual tooth and choose to display them as primary or permanent, allowing you to chart for mixed dentition.
How do I create Treatment Plans?
The Tx Planning mode actually opens a new screen, which allows you to create treatment plans directly through the Restorative Chart. Plans created through the Restorative Chart allow you to present the plan to the patient and give them the option to either accept or reject the plan without having the treatments added to the patient’s Transaction Screen. Plans can also be printed with patient signatures using the eSignature feature. For more help with creating Treatment Plans view the help video below.
What do each of the treatment modes mean?
The Incomplete Tx mode enters codes in both the Restorative Chart and the Transaction screen with all the transaction information but with no completion date.
Charting using the Completed mode enters codes in the Restorative Chart and Transaction screen with all the correct code information, with the current date as the completed date.
The Pre-Existing mode is used for first time exams. When patients come in for the first time and have existing conditions that need to be charted (drifting, rotation, etc.) the Pre-Existing mode allows you to enter them as completed without affecting the patient’s balance.
New Finding works in much the same way as Pre-existing. For follow up exams, when a patient comes back into the office and has new conditions that arose since the last appointment, they can be entered as a New Finding which will put in the conditions. Again, without affecting the patient’s balance.
As mentioned above, the Tx Planning mode button will launch the Diagnostic Treatment Planning module.
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