Mouth Pain CVA ICD-10-CM Codes

Discover the ICD-10 Codes used for mouth pain CVA and their clinical description, synonyms, billability, etc.

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Mouth Pain CVA ICD-10-CM Codes
Mouth Pain CVA ICD-10-CM Codes

What ICD-10 Codes are Used for Mouth Pain CVA 

Here are the possible ICD Codes for Mouth Pain CVA that practitioners can use for documentation, billing, coding, etc.:

  • R13.10: Dysphagia, unspecified
  • K05.6: Periodontal disease, unspecified
  • K08.89: Other specified disorders of teeth and supporting structures

Which Mouth Pain CVA ICD codes are Billable: 

All of the mentioned Mouth Pain CVA ICD codes above are billable. 

Clinical Information

  • Patients who experience and survive cerebral vascular accidents (CVA) or stroke may experience mouth or oral problems after an attack. 
  • Oral infections, discomfort, and pain are among the consequences of a stroke, and experiencing any of the three can affect a patient’s ability to eat, drink, and brush their teeth. 
  • In addition to mouth infection and pain, dental problems such as gum disease due to plaque buildup are also possible. 
  • Patients and their caregivers are often encouraged to practice oral hygiene and use alternatives to a brush if it’s too painful for the patient. 

Synonyms Include:

  • Dysphagia
  • Swallowing painful
  • Periodontal disease
  • Toothache 
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Commonly asked questions

When to use a Mouth Pain CVA ICD code?

You can use a mouth pain CVA ICD code if your patient expresses concerns about oral pain after a stroke. 

Are Mouth Pain CVA diagnosis codes billable?

Yes, mouth pain CVA diagnosis codes are billable. 

What does a diagnosis code for Mouth Pain CVA mean?

A diagnosis code for mouth pain CVA means that the patient survived a stroke and is experiencing one of the complications/aftermath/consequences in the form of oral pain or discomfort. 

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