Let us offer you the best treatment in real time.
Contact us to our email email@example.com
or through the application
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We contact you as soon as possible, we link you in our system and start our tele-dentistry service
Send your photographs, radiographs and description of your inquiry to our system via internet or through WhatsApp
If necessary, we arrange a virtual appointment with our specialists via Internet face to face
We send you a diagnosis and treatment plan with a detailed budget within 48 hours
If you live abroad, we can send you a complete travel plan according to your treatment and if you want we can help you with the accommodation and stay
Diagnosis and digital treatment plan
- Photographs of smile and teeth taken with a mobile phone or digital tablet
- Panoramic radiography
- Basic description of the oral situation
Dental photographs taken with a mobile phone
- Take the photographs in a place with plenty of light.
- Ideally, photographs should be taken by someone else and not selfies.
- Make sure your cell phone camera lens is clean.
- Turn off the flash of your mobile phone.
- Sit comfortably and in front of a white wall.
- The cell phone must be still during the shot, as parallel to your face, and the teeth aligned to the horizontal plane.
- Take the photographs at 20 cm from your face and then, using the editing tool, crop the photo following the instructions.
- Facial photography of open and closed mouth.
- Photograph of smile mouth open, mouth closed, right side and left side.
- Cropped photographs of upper and lower front and molar teeth.
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Smile pictures in different forms obtained using the mobile phone cropping tool
Front photographs of upper and lower teeth obtained using the mobile phone cropping tool
• In order to have a more accurate diagnosis and treatment plan it is necessary to have a panoramic radiograph.
• You can get it at a dental x-ray center or at a dental clinic.
• Send it in the same way as a photograph, by WhatsApp or as an attachment to an email.
• In some cases, a more specific radiograph such as a periapical radiography can be very useful.