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ada oral cancer screening code

The American Dental Association (ADA) has assigned CDT-5 code D0431 for adjunctive oral cancer screening. The establishment of this procedure code was based on the clinical efficacy of ViziLite®(1), a chemiluminescent diagnostic device.

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