Production


  • Click into the bar icon to view view year over year and 90 day trends for your practice.

  • Click on the magnifying glass icon to view the details of the source data that included in that metric.

  • The information icon will give you additional information about this metric.

This metric includes the following data points:

  • The Bar Chart shows the Scheduled Production, Incomplete Scheduled Production, and Completed Gross Production

  • Total display’s all types of production

  • Restorative display’s production specific to Radio Graphs, Exams, Restorative, and Specialty ADA Procedure Codes with the exception of D4341, D4342 and D4910

  • Hygiene display’s production specific to hygiene production. Its important to understand that this does not require the production to be completed by a hygienist. This production includes ADA Procedure Codes D1110, D1120, D1206, D1208, D1310, D1320, D1330, D1351, D1353, D4341, D4342, D4346, D4355, D4381, D4910, D4921, D9972, D9973, D9975

  • Uncategorized production is production with a Non-ADA recognized Procedure Codes or Adjunctive Non-Clinical Procedures Codes. Dental Intel uses the CDT/ADA most up-to-date Procedure Codes

  • Click into the trends icon to view view year over year and 90 day trends for your practice

  • Click on the magnifying glass icon to view the details of the source data that included in that metric

  • The information icon will give you additional information about this metric

Why is this Important?

Production is the starting point from which collection are derived. An increase in Production will typically result in Net Profits. By understanding your Production needs in order to reach your desired goals you can begin scheduling to this number and success in obtaining your desired goals will be much higher.


Additional Resources

See our guides on running production reports in your Practice Management Software:

Refer to the following article to learn more about the metric details:

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