Ok, I have a question regarding RVU's. I'm still in residency, but the "real world" is looming ever closer. I keep hearing people talk about "X procedure reimburses really well". This has been for things like hip reduction, fecal disimpactions, dental blocks... Is there a list of this stuff somewhere??? or is this just something learned through experience??? I ask because, while I am not greedy enough to just run a bill up on a patient for the hell of it. However, if it's something the patient will benefit from and I can get amply reimbursed for, why not? Example of what I mean: patient with a tooth ache with no signs of infection who just really needs to see there dentist. I could tell them to take NSAIDs (or if I'm really generous maybe 2-3 narc pills) OR I could block the tooth and substantially increase my compensation. Thanks for the input.