Some devices used in dental care will be subject to new tax

12/19/2012 | DrBicuspid.com (free registration)

Sleep apnea devices, snore guards, and some components and materials contained in dental instruments and restorations will be subject to a 2.3% tax under the Affordable Care Act, effective next month. Devices and products made at domestic dental labs and not required to be registered with the FDA are not subject to the tax. Manufacturers and importers may add the cost of the tax to their products.

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