READ: Long Island Orthodontists Continue to “See” Patients Virtually

People & Practice and three of our clients were recently featured in a great article on teledentistry for orthodontists on LongIsland.com. In the article our orthodontic clients spoke about their feelings when Covid-19 lock downs began and how People & Practice helped them prepare for a practice with patients in quarantine.

The doctor will see you now, virtually. Here is how Long Island orthodontists have adjusted to life with patients in quarantine.

So many Long Island businesses have had to adapt to the shelter-in-place orders and shut-down of non-essential businesses. While most medical practices could remain open, non-emergency dental treatment was deemed too risky to continue.

This put local orthodontists in a predicament. While no one would die if they missed their next appointment, orthodontics is an ongoing treatment process that requires adjustments, monitoring, and occasionally, a situation needs to be addressed immediately (think of those wires coming loose and poking the inside of your mouth.)

Luckily, orthodontists had options and they’ve been able to use them to “see” patients using what is called telehealth technologies, or in their cases, teledentistry.

Click here to read the full article.