You can bill for trays, but dressings I'm not so sure of. "Over and above those usually included with the procedure" means you can't bill for things like dermabond for laceration repairs, or a scalpel for removing a skin tag. If the supply is an absolute necessity to performing the procedure, it's included. Just a warning, though - most of the supplies we bill for deny, anyways - check with the payer for their coverage criteria. They tend to be a little more strict in their definitions than the CPT.
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