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Tele dentistry and Covid-19 Update

Corona virus alert- in response to the ADA Guidelines we are currently seeing emergency patients. Dr.Amores is available to do emergency exams via teledentistry, between 8:30am – 9:00am.

Tele dentistry

To request a virtual consult, a staff member is available 24/7 using the chat feature on our website. They will give you a link. Dr. Amores will be available 8:30am – 9:00am every day. To schedule at another time please call or email our office to set up an appointment. 305-238-1391


At Amores Dental we have been working at telemedicine for the past year and a half. In June of 2019, Dr. Amores beta tested a telemedicine/teledentistry model. He visited a remote Indian village in Colombia and provided dental care to indigent patients: He pre-screened, using a teledentistry model, from Miami; and then arrived in the Indian Village and provided care on a “door to hut” basis; at the same time a Physician in Miami was providing remote medical care. Read the story at www.wecaretelehealth.org

Most patient visits can be initiated through remote dental care, “teledentistry”

It allows the doctor and patient to meet and discuss the goals of treatment.

Many dental emergencies can be diagnosed, evaluated and scheduled more effectively once pre-screened.

Surgical follow-ups can be done via teledentistry.

Invisalign treatments can be monitored via teledentistry

To request a teleconference we will have a staff member available to chat 24/7.

On our website, the chat button will be our portal to teledentistry. The staff member will gather information create and update the medical chart and give you forms to fill out. Once the Doctor has had time to review the information, a HIPAA compliant link will be sent inviting you to the virtual waiting room. At that point, the Doctor will meet and discuss your concerns.

Request a consult: in order to schedule a consult with our dentist please fill out the medical history forms and allow us time to create you as a patient of record. Consultations are free but we must have you as a patient of record in order to do the visit. Our doctor reserves teleconference times for 8:30am – 12:30pm

In lieu of coming to the office for us to gather all the facts, in teledentistry you the patient will be providing much of the required information to help with the visit. These visits often act as a consultation visit and allow us to learn about each other to make the first visit as smooth as possible. You will be asked to take pictures, and fill out a questionnaire through an online secure HIPPA portal

Second opinions

We value the trust our patients place in us and finances are a friend referred you for a second opinion. Please let us know how you heard about us and please Have any Xrays, treatment plans or any relevant information available to upload for the visit.

Emergency

For emergencies please be ready to describe the location of the pain as best as possible, the type of pain, excruciating, lingering, dull, hurts when I drink cold. Pain keeps me up at night.

If the tooth is broken or if a picture will help with diagnosis please try to take a picture before our visit and upload it.

Any information you can upload before the appointment will be helpful so the Doctor can review it prior to the visit.

Thank you for your help in this exciting and revolutionary process.