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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.
- 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.
- Swallowing painful
- Periodontal disease
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