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    difference btwn CDT and RDT?

    Discussion in 'RDT' started by mkim8721, Feb 5, 2008.

    1. TheLabGuy

      TheLabGuy Just a Member Full Member

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      Yes Texas is one and I think Kentucky has something similar but I call total b.s. on all of it because as to date there is no Dentist charged with sending to an 'unauthorized' lab, so who really cares?...is my point. Since up to 40% of our work is sent offshore by Dentists, and shltty labs, how about the said legal authority worry about bringing that back first, seems like a great place to start...but wait, I was just making way too much common sense right there, scrap that idea.
       
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    2. TheLabGuy

      TheLabGuy Just a Member Full Member

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      Shhh, don't be giving them anymore ideas, those government eejits are always looking for ways to deep six you while bent over
       
    3. 2thm8kr
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      I doubt they even got six, that is why they are bent on getting power.
       
    4. rkm rdt
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      rkm rdt Well-Known Member Donator Full Member

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      We get a fee guide that nobody follows.
       
    5. JMN
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      Sounds familiar, nobody uses guides.
       
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    6. CreDes
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      Yes, Kentucky is one of them. I'm in Tennessee and have to register with KY because I work with some dentists there. I think that it is just a way to get $150 from every law abiding lab doing work with KY dentists.
       
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    7. TheLabGuy

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      Exactly, no way to track it or enforce it...might as well be plssing up wind. I swear, maybe I'm getting old and grumpy, but the more regulations I see, the more I think they are just hell bent on making us fight from a flooded foxhole...makes no sense.
       
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    8. rkm rdt
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      rkm rdt Well-Known Member Donator Full Member

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      I totally agree with Lab Guy.

      He is getting old and grumpy.Argh
       
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