We provide prospective patients with the framework to take 6 bright, clear images of their teeth that will give you a good look at their both hard and soft tissues. They will also upload a brief case history along with their symptoms for you to review.
Dentists can log in at any time to the Virtual Clinic and pick a case to review. Using our intelligent tagging system you can make notes on each image and write recommendations for what patients can do at home as well as when they should visit their dentist for an in-person checkup.
You can make a decision on how much or how little time you spend on Virtual Checkups. Each checkup should take no longer than 10 minutes and will equate to $20 in payment. There are no set-up costs associated with OralEye and all you’ll need is access to a laptop or desktop computer in order to begin taking patients.
Carving out time in order to look after your oral health is an increasingly difficult task for the modern patient. Many people let small issues develop into acute conditions before reaching out for help and advice from their dentist.
OralEye allows patients to connect with a dentist at a time that works for them, providing a swift, expert answer that lets them know how to maintain their oral health at home as well as when to make an appointment for a physical checkup.
Scheduling time to go and visit the dentist can often be difficult, particularly when you’re coordinating not only your own time but that of your children. OralEye provides a quick and easy way to let patients check in with a dentist without booking off time.
For those who live in rural areas or aren’t currently near their own dentist, OralEye means a first port of call between physical dental appointments. This allows people on the move or with access issues such as disabilities to have greater control over their dental health, allowing them to make informed decisions about when to attend an in-person checkup.
OralEye allows patients to keep a library of images of their teeth, with detailed tags from their consultations. This means patients are in charge of their records and can use these images for comparative purposes.