Video Calls With The Dentist Tavares, FL
Teledentistry or Virtual Dental Appointments provide real time video conferencing from the comfort and safety of your home with the dentist! Stay Home & Stay Safe with Virtual Dental Visits Dental Emergencies | Video Chat with the Dentist!
What Can The Dentist Do on A Video Call?
The first part of determining what the concern may be is for the dentist and the patient to have a conversation. The doctor will ask questions about what you are experiencing and how long you have been experiencing this as well as reviewing any medical concerns.
When you have a video call, you will be able to show the doctor the area of concern the best you can. If live video is not an option, you can send us a photograph of the area also.
The dentist can discuss the possible options and best course of treatment available to meet your needs. In the event that you need to see a dental specialist or come into the office for an emergency appointment, this will be addressed also. We will work with you to make sure your risk is minimized as much as possible before coming in.
How Much Does It Cost?
Some dental insurance plans may provide coverage for additional service related to your TeleDentistry visit. The teledentistry fee is $85 however until May 15, 2020 we have an introductory rate of $65. The patient is responsible to pay the fee before the virtual appointment. This payment is non-refundable.
In the event that you have to be seen in the dental office for emergency care, there will be additional fees.
Prior to your virtual dental appointment, you must complete the following forms. The forms are uploaded through a secure portal and the dentist will have all of your pertinent information before the virtual appointment.
You must complete:
- 1. Consent for TeleDentistry
- 2. Patient Information
- 3. Health Information
- 4. Insurance Information
- 5. HIPAA Policy
After you complete each form you will receive a link to the next form.
Once the forms are completed you will receive an email with a link to schedule and pay for the TeleDentistry Visit.
Our doctors are working to see patients virtually as soon as possible! We will do our best to accommodate your schedule and efficiently help all of our patients. Our number one concern is doing our part to ensure the health and safety of our patients.
Once you have completed filling out the forms above you will receive an email with a link to schedule and pay for your appointment online.
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