Do they use nickel in dental crowns?
How can I get assistance with paying my medical bills?
What are the pros and cons of working for a small dentist office?
What can you do when the dental office bills the wrong insurance code and your HMO will not pay?
What is a deficiency balance?
What is a good alternative medication for a hormone balance issue?
What is the process for removing a dental bridge from teeth?
A dental office can withhold your records if you have an outstanding balance with them. They are not required to release these internal records unless you pay your bill.
They may try, but no. It is actually illegal for them to try to do so. The records actually belong to you, the patient.
I would think this could happen but I would hope that a compromise could be found if you still owe a balance and are unable to pay it.
Yes they can. It's not really your medical records they're withholding. It's a service that you were supposed to pay for that they're withholding.
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