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National Provider Identifier (NPI) for Dentists

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NPI: one number for all payers

Your NPI number is the only number you'll ever need for electronic transactions. U.S. regulations require you to submit HIPAA-standard transactions with this number.

Find out more about NPI

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It's easy to apply for your NPI

You can choose one of three ways to apply:

  • Complete the application on the website of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
    Apply for an NPI online
  • Call 1-800-465-3203 to request a paper application.
  • Give your permission to an organization, such as a group practice, that will apply for you.


Share your NPI with us

You can send us your NPI using any one of these options:


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