Jennifer Kim, Prosthodontist
ClearChoice Fort Worth
Convenient. Safe. Easy.
An Easier Way to Prioritize Your Dental Health
Dealing with difficulty eating, discomfort, or other chronic dental issues caused by missing or damaged teeth is a challenge. ClearChoice makes it easier for you to explore a long-term solution to your dental problems while safeguarding your health.
Getting Started: What to Expect at Your Online Appointment
You’ll get the same primary benefits from a convenient, safe online appointment as you would from an in-person consultation at ClearChoice.
• Talk with a ClearChoice network doctor
• Learn more about dental implants that look, feel, and function like real teeth
• Get all your questions answered by our dental implant experts
• Review your all-inclusive cost and third-party financing options
What’s Next: Preparing for Your Online Appointment
Once you’ve scheduled your online appointment with ClearChoice, you’ll receive a detailed email with all the instructions you’ll need to ensure a successful appointment. We also offer live support over the phone to help you prepare in advance. You can use a laptop, smartphone, or tablet for your online appointment—whichever device you feel most comfortable with. We promise we’ll make it easy to connect from the comfort of your own home.
Convenient, Safe, and Easy
Don’t put off long-term dental relief another day. Our one-on-one online appointment is the first step to getting back your healthy, happy smile, and getting back out there.
Final, conclusive diagnosis will be determined after iCat scan.
Virtual/Technology Consult Disclaimer:
As with any medical procedure, there are potential risks associated with the use of telemedicine/telehealth. These risks include, but may not be limited to:
•In rare cases, the consultant may determine that the transmitted information is of inadequate quality, thus necessitating a face-to-face meeting with the patient, or at least a rescheduled online appointment.
•Delays in medical evaluation and treatment could occur due to deficiencies or failures of the equipment.
•All vendors used by the practice in providing telehealth technology are required to comply with the requirements of HIPAA; however, in very rare instances, security protocols could fail, causing a breach of the privacy of personal medical information.