Services for Dental Practices

OMS Logistics was created to provide turnkey oral surgery services to large dental practices and Dental Service Organizations (DSOs). The trend of offering multiple specialty services in the general practice is becoming common and patients prefer a convenient one-stop shop. This creates an opportunity for new revenue growth in the practice.

Oral surgery has unique coding and billing challenges. Also, the acquisition of the surgical and anesthesia armamentarium is costly and requires specialty expertise to set up and operate to insure patient safety. OMSL has developed a proprietary EHR (Electronic Health Record) that interacts with the host’s dental record to manage the pre-op evaluation of all patients undergoing general anesthesia as well as a comprehensive controlled substance (DEA) management program.

OMS Logistics

What does OMSL provide?

OMSL offers the host dental practice a spectrum of services that include:

  • Initial analysis of surgical needs and volume
  • Treatment plan guidelines
  • Coding and Billing education
  • Scheduling guidelines
  • In office surgical and anesthesia equipment
  • Pre-op medical evaluation for general anesthesia
  • In office Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
  • In office general anesthesia services
  • DEA and controlled substance management
  • Post Op patient management
  • Computerized anesthesia and surgical records
  • E-prescribe capabilities for routine prescriptions and controlled substances

What do our contracted hosts provide?

Our contracted partners supply the following functions

  • Credential new OMS
  • A dental facility with a minimum of 3 open operatories
  • Central sterilization area
  • Patient scheduling
  • Patient treatment planning
  • Insurance authorization
  • Dental Billing
  • Accounts receivable management
  • Disposable supplies
  • Medical Gasses

What are the surgical team options?


  • Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon (OMS)

    • Dental School Graduate (4 years)
    • Completion of OMS residency (4 years residency)
    • Completion of MD training (6 year residency)
    • Board Certified in OMS
    • Licensed in General Anesthesia

  • Anesthesia Assistant

  • Registered Dental Assistants

  • Sterilization Technician


  • General Dentist

    • Dental School Graduate (4 years)
    • Completion of Oral Surgery Internship (1 year)
    • Advanced clinical training in concert with general anesthesia by second provider
    • Practice limited to exodontia
    • Licensed for local anesthesia and nitrous oxide

  • Dental Anesthesiologist

    • Dental School Graduate (4 years)
    • Completion of Dental Anesthesia Residency (3 years)
    • Licensed to give General Anesthesia

Why should we use a mobile oral surgery solution?

The average dental office refers out 10% of their annual revenues in oral surgery services. This number does not include anesthesia services that only an oral surgeon can provide. Offering an in-house service allows you to capture this lost revenue

How do we get started?

In order to determine if you can benefit from this service, a needs analysis needs to be completed to determine your case volume, available space, available times and overall practice size.

Is a contract required?

A contract is executed between your practice and OMS Logistics that defines the business relationship. OMSL provides independent contractor (IC) OMS to work at your practice. Your practice is responsible for treatment planning, authorizations, billing and collections. OMSL will provide a highly credentialed OMS, an entire surgical team, all the surgical armamentarium as well as all the ambulatory general anesthesia equipment.

What does the Host office supply?

The practice must supply all disposable surgical supplies, and medical gases like oxygen and nitrogen. Practices are responsible for the costs of dental implants and biologicals. On the day of surgery, one administrative employee should be available to register and discharge patients.

How is the Surgeon credentialed?

The host office must credential the OMS at each location and each TAX ID number. This insures that payments are made directly to the host office.

Does the host office need additional liability insurance?

No supplemental insurance is required. Each OMS caries their own professional liability insurance of a minimum 1 million/3 million. OMSL carries a worker’s compensation policy for the surgical team of assistants

What are the minimums for an OMS?

OMSL works on a percentage of adjusted production. By contract a net daily minimum is required as a guarantee to cover the scheduled day or a cancelled day with less than 7 days notice.

How does the host schedule patients?

Scheduling surgical patients is different than general dentistry. Depending on the number of surgical operatories, two to four patients could be scheduled per hour. With IV sedation, each patient will require that a driver accompany them so an abundant waiting area is needed.

How does the host office learn about treatment planning?

OMSL will provide coding and treatment planning sessions for the GP, hygienists, and dental assistants to synchronize the process