Teledentistry now available!

Speak to your dentist

Omni Family Health is pleased to offer teledentistry, allowing you to speak directly to a dental provider without leaving the comfort and safety of your home.

A teledentistry appointment is a convenient way to ask a dental related question, receive advice, discuss oral pain, infection management, or get a referral to a dental specialist. With teledentistry, a dental provider will be able to determine your need for further assessment and treatment at one of our health centers.

Schedule your visit by calling
(66 64)


Why teledentistry?

Teledentistry now available!Teledentistry coverage during COVID-19 is mainly for dental emergencies and urgent dental care.

Dental emergencies can happen when you least expect it. If you have an urgent problem during COVID-19, you can seek care from the safety of home. Teledentistry is covered by most dental insurances.

What to expect?

Talk to your dentistDuring a teledentistry visit, you and your dentist will have a two-way conversation by video conference or phone. Using a smartphone or tablet, you will take a high-quality picture or video of your problem and share it with your dentist. The dentist will evaluate your condition and advise what to do next. Visit our Virtual Visits page here to learn more about preparing your device for your Teledentistry visit. 

Can I visit a health center?

Your dentist may advise that you come to the office for emergency treatment. Rest assured, Omni Family Health is following strict policies and procedures to ensure our health centers are as safe as possible. Visit our Health Center Safety Measures page for more information. At this time, due to COVID-19, limited dental services will be provided in person.

Teledentistry now available!Your dentist will determine the best location to provide treatment. If needed, your dentist will send your prescription to the pharmacy. Omni’s pharmacies offer free prescription home delivery (click here to learn more).

When to seek immediate care

According to the American Dental Association, seek dental care right away if you experience any of the following problems:

  • Bleeding that doesn’t stop
  • Painful swelling in or around your mouth
  • Pain in a tooth, teeth or jawbone
  • Gum infection with pain or swelling
  • After surgery treatment (dressing change or stitch removal)
  • Broken or knocked-out tooth
  • Denture adjustment for people getting radiation or other cancer treatment
  • Snipping or adjusting wire of braces that hurts your cheek or gums
  • Biopsy of abnormal tissue

Teledentistry now available!How do I become an Omni patient?

We would love to have you as an Omni Family Health patient. We offer medical, dental, behavioral health, chiropractic, optometry, and much more. For more new patient information, visit our New Patients page:

New Patients Page