During the current pandemic, scheduling an appointment with your Yuma dentist for a consultation might seem unnecessary.
However, there is a provision that allows you to discuss your concerns with your dentist without ever having to step foot in a dental office. Today, you’ll learn more about virtual dental consultations.
When you utilize the Smile Virtual dental consultation service, you’ll benefit in three main ways.
Peace of Mind
One of the main reasons people reach out to their dentist for a virtual consultation is because they’re concerned that they might have a serious dental issue. Perhaps they’re worried about a spot on a tooth. Could it be dental decay? Or maybe their gums are inflamed lately. A dentist can help ease your mind and let you know when an issue warrants an in-person visit.
Stay Safe During COVID-19
The less exposure you have to others during the pandemic, the better. A Smile Virtual dental consultation allows you to discuss your dental concerns while protecting your health.
Perfect for Busy People
Are there issues you’d like to discuss with your dentist, but you never have the time? The Smile Virtual dental consultation allows you to contact your dentist when it’s convenient and watch your personalized video when you have the time.
The sky’s the limit when it comes to topics to discuss with your dentist. You can ask about:
Simply send images, a selfie, and a close up of your smile to your dentist along with your questions. Your Yuma dentist will respond via video, answering your questions, providing you with treatment options, and discussing price options for your treatment plan.
The pandemic has put the breaks on a lot of activities. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t take steps to achieve the smile you have always wanted. Send Dr. Lemmon your questions and/or concerns, and he’ll give you some treatment options. Then, you can decide how or when to proceed.
Are you ready to schedule your virtual appointment? Contact us at (928) 344-3177 to schedule or fill out our online form.
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