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What Happens During a Virtual Braces Consultation?

Virtual braces consultations are becoming increasingly popular because they’re convenient and easy. And with recent advancements in technology, an orthodontist can use photographs to determine the treatment you may need. This means you won’t have to sit in traffic or take time from work for an appointment. Instead, these appointments can happen in the comfort of your own home.

Here’s what you need to know before a virtual braces consultation and how it works.

Scheduling a Virtual Braces Consultation

The first step is scheduling an appointment. You can do this by finding an orthodontic practice in your area that offers virtual consultations. Once you’ve found an orthodontic office, you can give them a call or go online to schedule an appointment.

When you schedule your consultation, you’ll provide basic information about yourself. This includes your name, date of birth, and contact information. They may also request your dental history or x-rays. Once you have an appointment scheduled, you can move on to the next step.

During the Appointment

After you have an appointment scheduled, it’s time for your virtual braces consultation. The most important thing you’ll need is a set of recent pictures. These should be close-up shots of your teeth that show your smile. The orthodontist will tell you exactly what images they need for you to take.

Then, they will use these pictures to determine what treatment you may need. Depending on what they see during your virtual braces consultation, they may recommend braces or Invisalign®.

At this time, you should also bring up any concerns you have about treatment. This is an excellent opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the process.

After Your Virtual Braces Consultation

Once your appointment is over, the orthodontist will give you a treatment plan. This will outline what they recommend for you and the next steps you need to take. The orthodontist may also provide additional information like estimated treatment time and cost.

In addition, they may also recommend that you come in for an in-person consultation to get updated x-rays. This is usually the case if they need to take a closer look at your teeth. If necessary, your orthodontist will ask you for clearance letter from your dentist that states that you’re in good oral conditions to get your braces on.

Then, it will be time for you to make a decision about treatment. You can either move forward with the recommended treatment plan or decide to do something different. Either way, your orthodontist will be there to help you make the best decision for your smile.

You Can Also Have Remote Dental Checkups Through Dental Monitoring

Dr. Yazji offers Anywhere Smiles®, a fully-integrated system through Dental Monitoring. DM uses artificial intelligence and by downloading the app on your phone and following your orthodontist instructions, you’ll be able to be monitored remotely without coming in to the office. All you’ll have to do is get a scan using your phone when your orthodontist sends you a notification. This means that no matter where you are, you can get in touch with your orthodontist. It’s like having your Invisalign® doctor in your pocket. Isn’t that cool?

Final Thoughts

Overall, a virtual braces consultation is quick and easy. It’s a great option if you’re busy and don’t have time to come in for an in-person consultation. And during the appointment, an orthodontist will get a good idea of your treatment options using your dental images.

If you’re considering braces or Invisalign®, check out our smile assessment to receive a preliminary diagnosis. With the smile assessment, Dr. Yazji can get an understanding of your needs and determine the right treatment for you. It’s also a chance to ask any questions you may have about orthodontics and the treatment process.

 

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