6545 France Ave S Suite #681, Edina,MN, 55435

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6545 France Ave S Suite #681, Edina,MN, 55435

Teledentistry Service

Quality, affordable dental care. Now that’s something to smile about.

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    What is Teledentistry ? 

    Teledentistry refers to the use of telehealth systems and methodologies in dentistry. Telehealth refers to a broad variety of technologies and tactics to deliver virtual medical, health, and education services. Telehealth is not a specific service, but a collection of means to enhance care and education delivery.

What you get

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What to expect 

Our dentist will enthusiastically answers your concerns. do.. and .. 

please, prepare your questions to make the best use of the virtual visit time!

What is next

    prepare any xray or teeth photo you want to share
    Or uploud it while filling the info for better results
    Prepare your questions 
    Have a paper and a pen if you ever need to write.
    Make sure your Phone/PC Mic & Microphone is working fine with a good internet connection.
    Check your time and synchronize your watch for an accurate timing. 

How it works

1- Teledentistry Service Request

You fill the initail Teledentistry request

2- Dentist Availability 

We contact you with the next available Dentist through SMS

3- Confirmation& Agreement

You confirm appointment and accept service agreement

4- Medical info& payment

You fill your health info, sign a consent and do the payment

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    Teledentistry can include patient care and education delivery using, but not limited to, the following modalities:

    Synchronous (live video): Live, two-way interaction between a person (patient, caregiver, or provider) and a provider using audiovisual telecommunications technology.

    Asynchronous (store and forward): Transmission of recorded health information (for example, radiographs, photographs, video, digital impressions and photomicrographs of patients) through a secure electronic communications system to a practitioner, who uses the information to evaluate a patient’s condition or render a service outside of a real-time or live interaction.

    Remote patient monitoring (RPM): Personal health and medical data collection from an individual in one location via electronic communication technologies, which is transmitted to a provider (sometimes via a data processing service) in a different location for use in care and related support of care.

    Mobile health (mHealth): Health care and public health practice and education supported by mobile communication devices such as cell phones, tablet computers, and personal digital assistants (PDA).

    General Considerations: While in-person (face to face) direct examination has been historically the most direct way to provide care, advances in technology have expanded the options for dentists to communicate with patients and with remotely located licensed dental team members. The ADA believes that examinations performed using teledentisty can be an effective way to extend the reach of dental professionals, increasing access to care by reducing the effect of distance barriers to care. Teledentistry has the capability to expand the reach of a dental home to provide needed dental care to a population within reasonable geographic distances and varied locations where the services are rendered.

    In order to achieve this goal, services delivered via teledentistry must be consistent with how they would be delivered in-person. Examinations and subsequent interventions performed using teledentistry must be based on the same level of information that would be available in an in-person environment, and it is the legal responsibility of the dentist to ensure that all records collected are sufficient for the dentist to make a diagnosis and treatment plan. The treatment of patients who receive services via teledentistry must be properly documented and should include providing the patient with a summary of services. A dentist who uses teledentistry shall have adequate knowledge of the nature and availability of local dental resources to provide appropriate follow-up care to a patient following a teledentistry encounter. A dentist shall refer a patient to an acute care facility or an emergency department when referral is necessary for the safety of the patient or in case of emergency.

    As the care provided is equivalent to in person care, insurer reimbursement of services provided must be made at the same rate that it would be made for the services when provided in person, including reimbursement for the teledentistry codes as appropriate.

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ED Teledentistry Term of service

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Patients’ Rights: Dental patients whose care is rendered or coordinated using teledentistry modalities have the right to expect:

● That any dentist delivering, directing or supervising services using teledentistry technologies will be licensed in the state where the patient receives services, or be providing these services as otherwise authorized by that state’s dental board.

● Access to the licensure and board certification qualifications of the oral health care practitioner who is providing the care in advance of the visit.

● That the delivery of services through teledentistry technologies will follow evidence-based practice guidelines, to the degree they are available, as a means of ensuring patient safety, quality of care and positive health outcomes.

● That they will be informed about the identity of the providers collecting or evaluating their information or providing treatment, and of any costs they will be responsible for in advance of the delivery of services.

● That relevant patient information will be collected prior to performing services using teledentistry technologies and methods including medical, dental, and social history, and other relevant demographic and personal information.

● That the provision of services using teledentistry technologies will be properly documented and the records and documentation collected will be provided to the patient upon request.

● That services provided using teledentistry technologies and methods include care coordination as a part of a dental home and that the patient’s records be made available to any entity that is serving as the patient’s dental home.

● That the patient will be actively involved in treatment decisions, will be able to choose how they receive a covered service, including considerations for urgency, convenience and satisfaction and without such penalties as higher deductibles, co-payments or coinsurance relative to that of in-person services.

● That the dentist shall determine the delivery of services using teledentistry technologies and all services are performed in accordance with applicable laws and regulations addressing the privacy and security of patients’ private health information.

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